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  1. #1
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    Coding a teamspeak plugin

    Hi I'm interested in making a client side teamspeak plugins, can any one guide me by any chance. For example, is there a specific software i need to use to write the code and compile it. What language used in making a plugin, and how can you make UI menu for the plugin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PredatorClaw View Post
    For example, is there a specific software i need to use to write the code and compile it.
    Any decent compiler should work. There is no need to use any specific compiler or editor, in fact you can use whatever editor you wish to write your code.

    Quote Originally Posted by PredatorClaw View Post
    What language used in making a plugin
    Any language that can be compiled into dynamic libraries and that can use a C-API.

    Quote Originally Posted by PredatorClaw View Post
    and how can you make UI menu for the plugin.
    See the example plugin that is delivered with the plugin sdk. It contains a few menu entries.
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    @Chris To your last answer: I think he means a real gui not the context menus.

    @PredatorClaw For a real GUI you need the GUI Framework Teamspeak is build from. Its called QT. You need to download QTcreator and the right Qt zip file. I forgot which version sry. Maybe the dev can help.

    qtcreator is not needed but u will be happy that you have it as it creates the qt forms as visual studio creates windows forms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluscream View Post
    @Chris To your last answer: I think he means a real gui not the context menus.
    It's not just context menus it also possible to add to the plugins menu.


    Quote Originally Posted by Bluscream View Post
    @PredatorClaw For a real GUI you need the GUI Framework Teamspeak is build from. Its called QT. You need to download QTcreator and the right Qt zip file. I forgot which version sry. Maybe the dev can help.

    qtcreator is not needed but u will be happy that you have it as it creates the qt forms as visual studio creates windows forms.
    Qt Creator is just an IDE (as is Visual Studio) and doesn't do UI, QtDesigner is used for "drawing" the UI.

    You can use either of them, depending on personal preference.
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