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30-08-2002, 19:45 #1-= TeamSpeak Addict =-
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Keybind to Subchannels DOES work !
Well on of our members finally sorted that one. Maybe it was just me being thick but I couldn't get it to work before. Now if you have Subchannels it looked like you could not Keybind them. BUT you can
Lets say you have a Channel named Server 1 and below that Team A and Team B. Bind Numpad 1 to Server 1, Numpad 2 to Team A and Numpad 3 to Team B.
To get to Team A you have to press 1 and then 2 . You'll get there. If you now press 3 you'ss get to Team B .
It means you need a lot of Keys if you have loads of Channels but with the combination of soo many Keys I guess it should work . A direct way, however would be better. But hey..it is RC1 and at the end of the day it works like this.
02-09-2002, 02:46 #2-= TeamSpeak Addict =-
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You can also bind one key to two subchannels in different parent channels.
To build on Broder's example: if you had a parent channel named Server2 with subchannels named Team A and Team B (names don't have to be the same), you can bind NumPad 4 to Server2, NumPad2 to Team A and NumPad3 to Team B along with the bindings set in the last post.
This way, you would only need 4 keys total, even though you have 6 bindings.
Last edited by FuZe; 02-09-2002 at 02:49.
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