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    Exclamation Restrict Sound

    I have a growing mw2 clan reaching near 50 members and some of them are under the age of 16. I host my own TS from home and wanted to know if there is a way not only to require a talk power but prevent a user without permissions to hear other members in a specific channel. I really don't want to require passwords on over a dozen channels and would rather just grant permission speaking and hearing wise. I'm not sure if it's possible as I am quite new to TS.

    Also, is it possible to perform a permissions task on a main channel and it be automatically applied to all sub-channels which would save a lot of time.

    Even better would be a script to notice the speak power and automatically move them.

    I hope this makes sense and thank very much for any and all help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyris69 View Post
    ... but prevent a user without permissions to hear other members in a specific channel. ...
    For youngers creates a [new server group], and provides:
    Permissions Manager > Server Groups > [new server group] >
    > Channel> Access >> i_channel_suscribe_power 25

    For the normal people:
    Permissions Manager > Server Groups> Normal >
    > Channel> Access >> i_channel_suscribe_power 50

    And :
    Permissions Manager > Permissions Channel > [Special channels] >
    > Channel> Access >> i_channel_needed_subscribe_power 50
    Last edited by Jordi; August 7th, 2010 at 06:52 PM.

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    Also, is it possible to perform a permissions task on a main channel and it be automatically applied to all sub-channels which would save a lot of time.
    Inheritance is on the To-Do list still.

    Jordi's suggestion isn't entirely accurate. His suggestion would make it so the younger guests can't subscribe to the channel. This would prevent a client from seeing who is in that channel. You would want to use the same format but use it on join_power and needed_join_power. This will prevent the group with too low of a join_power from joining the channel unless someone moves them into it.

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    poisonpanik is right, I correct:

    For youngers creates a [new server group], and provides:
    Permissions Manager > Server Groups > [new server group] >
    > Channel> Access >> i_channel_join_power 25

    For the normal people:
    Permissions Manager > Server Groups> Normal >
    > Channel> Access >> i_channel_join_power 50

    And :
    Permissions Manager > Permissions Channel > [Special channels] >
    > Channel> Access >> i_channel_needed_join_power 50

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    Awesome thanks for the quick answer, im very new to editing this stuff but I hope it works now to do some test users

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