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05-07-2012, 12:45 #1-= TeamSpeak User =-
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- Jul 2012
[Suggestion] Hint about empty channel
Hey Teamspeak developers,
We all know, Teamspeak is a program that runs most of the time in the background and after a while (users have quit and joined) you don't know if there are still users in channel or not.
Your doing something for your own and are concentrated on it and don't notice the sound "User left your channel" if someone leave. The problem: After a while you want to talk to that one who left and starts talking to your self... in a good case you notice it early, that your partner can't hear you, but in bad case you talk a half essay to him... useless.
In all cases a new feature would help us:
A sound, which will be played, if we are talking in an empty channel.
Either something like the sound, which comes if you are talking in your muted microphone or the teamspeak voice saying "You are (forever) alone!" , "No one can hear you" or "Channel is empty".
Thank you for your attention
05-07-2012, 13:40 #2-= TeamSpeak Team =-
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- Jun 2008
I move this thread into the plugin section. Such feature should be done with a plugin.
In my opinion it is more annoying to get informed all the time, when my channel is empty as soon someone leaves it.---------------------------------------------------------
Please don't send me private support questions.
They belong into the forum and maybe other users have these questions/problems too.
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