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18-12-2011, 01:26 #1-= TeamSpeak User =-
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Persist 3D sound settings between channels
The 3D sound is an excellent feature, in fact it's one of my favorite features in TS3. One rather annoying thing about it that keeps users from using this feature is the fact that switching between channels clears out the settings they have previously configured. I and I'm sure many other users would use this feature much more often if it didn't have to be configured so many times.
Possible solutions to this:
A) Remember settings by channel (Seems more difficult)
B) Remember settings by user (Seems more simple as TS already persists volume settings for users. The idea here would be to store the sound channel/position of each user on the 3D graph in a similar manner as their other specific settings are stored such as the users volume.)
C) Ideas from people smarter and that know much more about the product than I do....
The functionality desired to satisfy this is simply to not have to keep setting up 3D sound locations for the same users all the time.
Bonus points/Extra Credit +5: Make enabling 3D sound assign users in chat channel to their own distinct position/channel automatically.
+ 10 And if you're really feeling up to adding some polish, make positioning users further from the center bump up their volume to compensate for the distance from the center/actual user. The reason I mention this is because without fail anyone I move to any corner in the graph I must bump up their volume in order to hear them. Again this is just icing on the cake... If you're going for bonus points, the previous 5 are probably more valuable to users.
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