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  1. #1
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    Group ignore Poke Permissions from another Group

    How can I make that a group (Dont ping me) ignores the permissions of annother group (Supporter)? I want that the Supporters can gave themselves the Group Dont ping me, which can overide the permissions of the Supporter poke permissions.

  2. #2
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    Set i_client_needed_poke_power of 999999999 + Skip (+ Negate to be sure) flag into the group Dont ping me.
    But this will only work as long noodby else has or can assign i_client_poke_power or 999999999.
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  3. #3
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    Must the Dont ping me group have a higher Talk Power than the Supporter Group?
    Now the Supporter group has an higher talk power and it doesnt work

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    I do not see a relationship to your main question. Poke has nothing to do with talk power.
    And i don't understand your question at all.

    I don't know how many talk power your group needs. This depends on you.
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  5. #5
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    I have a group named Supporter. This Group has i_client_needed_poke_power 14. The other group Trial has i_client_poke_power 15 and can not poke the Supporter. Only when i negate the needed poke power from the Supporter it works.

  6. #6
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    me is confused now

    Sure you must use negate when another server group has a higher needed poke power set.
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  7. #7
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    Creating a No Poke Server group

    Alright, I'm sure that someone has asked this question before, but I couldn't find it when I looked. I am currently setting up a Teamspeak 3 server. I'm trying to create 2 server groups (just copied from Guest), one that can't poke anyone and one that can't receive pokes from anyone, aside from server admin. I'm sure I can figure out the numbers but can someone explain a bit more about i_client_needed_poke_power and i_client_poke_power, and how they correlate with each other. The group that can not receive pokes works fine with these perms but any other combination I try for the other server group, just doesn't seem to work. Any help?


    P.S. any hyper link is a imgur uploaded image
    Last edited by dante696; April 26th, 2016 at 08:21 AM. Reason: merged. feel free to use the search feature of forum next time

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