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  1. #1
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    Using Local Mic Mute key causes open mic

    Something weird has happened for the past few weeks for me. I've been playing Planetside 2 while using Teamspeak and I've always used the "Local Mic Mute" feature to disable Teamspeak when I am using in-game voice chat. It worked fine for years...

    I have the hotkey set as follows:

    Z (down) = Enable Local Mic Mute
    Z (up) = Disable Local Mic Mute

    Now, when I press Z, I am constantly transmitting and it does not stop until I use my dedicated Push-to-talk key.

    I've tried it with other keys. The same thing happens if I change the action to "Toggle Local Mic Mute". I light up in the client as soon as I press the key and will continue to transmit even if I press the "Toggle Local Mic Mute" hotkey again. This only stops when I use my dedicated PTT key.

    Is local mic mute broken?

  2. #2
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    couldn't reproduce with current beta client.
    Which version are you using on which operating system?
    What are your capture / playback settings as well as hotkey settings?
    Also provide a client log from when you are experiencing this issue please.
    When sending PMs please make sure to include a reference link to the thread in question in the body of your message.

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