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  1. #1
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    onTalkStatusChangeEvent for muted clients?

    Hi,
    I'm using the client SDK and I would like to know if there is a way to know when a muted client is talking. The "onTalkStatusChangeEvent" seems to be called only for non muted clients.

    My use case is that I want to visually indicate that a client is talking even if his voice was muted.

    cheers,
    Tex

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    If a client is muted, no audio is sent to the server. So the server cannot know. For the local client itself I am not currently sure whether any callback is called with meaningful data, but you may look into the audio processing callbacks (e.g. *CapturedVoiceDataEvent). If anything it's probably in one of these. Will ask around early next week.
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    ok I see, so my use case is not possible.

    thanks for your answer

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