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    [VB.Net or C#] Client Functions

    Hi everyone,
    I would like to adapt a program I have written for TS3 and so I need some help

    I have an existing Application written in VB.Net for TS2, but I couldn't find to much information about the functions for TS3.

    Is it possible to do this with VB.Net and TS3:

    • Get current Speakers
    • Create a whisperlist (use UserIDs)
    • Initiate the whisper-function (or set a key for the whisperlist)


    I appreciate your help!

    Kind regards,
    dfg

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    Download the SDK, compile as .dll and use PInvoke or write a wrapper for .NET

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    I just found the Whisperlist function in the Plugin SDK, however I was unable to find a function that returns the current speakers in my channel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfgTS View Post
    I just found the Whisperlist function in the Plugin SDK, however I was unable to find a function that returns the current speakers in my channel.
    I think you might be looking for onTalkStatusChangeEvent I dont know though i have just now started looking at the SDK. I was hoping to make a Plugin But the Plugin SDK does not have a VB.net or C#.net example.

    Good luck man!


    I just realized that i posted to a 7 month old topic, just 2 seconds after i posted this reply... Sorry everyone.

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