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  1. #1
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    Lightbulb Speech Text configurable in TS3

    Example:

    When a user connected, speech text says "Say('Connected')";

    This "Say(text)" can be configurable? editable?
    For example: when a user connected, speech text says "Say('Usuario conectado');" in spanish por example. (If user has spanish speech text).

    Right now it doesn't be editable.

    Thanks
    Josu
    Last edited by Yosusito; December 30th, 2009 at 01:28 AM. Reason: completing question

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yosusito View Post
    Example:

    When a user connected, speech text says "Say('Connected')";

    This "Say(text)" can be configurable? editable?
    For example: when a user connected, speech text says "Say('Usuario conectado');" in spanish por example. (If user has spanish speech text).

    Right now it doesn't be editable.

    Thanks
    Josu
    you can use different audio files...other than that i don't think you can change it

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    go to the directory you installed teamspeak3 to
    there is a subdir sound/default_speech/
    there should be one file "settings.ini"
    line 5 in this file will be
    Code:
    readonly = 1
    change this to
    Code:
    readonly = 0
    now you can edit everything inside the ts3 options pane.

    you can also create a new profile for your spanish tts. simply create a new folder spanish_speech and copy the settings.ini.
    change the profile name in line 2 so you can distinguish them in the options pane.

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