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    Solved [solved] Hostmessage more than one line for text ?

    Is it possible to have more than one line of text in the Hostmessage ? That way more Informations can be shown, not all in one line but spread evenly about several lines of text.

    Is that possible ?

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    Yes, just press enter to space it out in welcome message..

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    I don't mean the Welcome Message, I mean the Hostmessage which can be displayed as a popup window if someone connects.

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    This I'm not sure about..sorry.

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    Hello

    For the moment you can't directly by the configuration server window, and as said dante696 this message should be used as short info only.

    But :

    Open query console
    (TS3 Client=>Tools=>ServerQuery)

    and try this :

    Code:
    login serveradmin <password>
    use <sid> or port=<voip port>
    serveredit virtualserver_hostmessage=Test\s\nline
    @dante696
    Yes we can
    (it reminds me something )

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    Quote Originally Posted by florian_fr40 View Post
    Hello

    For the moment you can't directly by the configuration server window.

    Open query console
    (TS3 Client=>Tools=>ServerQuery)

    and try this :

    Code:
    login serveradmin <password>
    use <sid> or port=<voip port>
    serveredit virtualserver_hostmessage=Test\s\nline
    @dante696
    Yes we can
    (it reminds me something )
    So when I would have a couple lines, lets say 3.

    1.) Welcome to my TS3 Server
    2.) Please read the Server Rules
    3.) Not following the Rules means Ban

    How would be the exact term in that last part from after serveredit virtualserver_hostmessage= ?

    Wolf

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    hum as write in the documentation, "\s" for space and "\n" for new line

    So

    Code:
    login serveradmin <password>
    use <sid> or port=<voip port>
    
    serveredit virtualserver_hostmessage=1.)\sWelcome\sto\smy\sTS3\sServer\n2.)\sPlease\sread\sthe\sServer\sRules\n3.)\sNot\sfollowing\sthe\sRules\smeans\sBan

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    I'll be damned. Good bit of info florian! Too bad you must do it in SQ.

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    Wink

    Thans, that helped.
    Cheers.

    Wolf

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    Also it's possible in :
    Tools > Editing Virtual Server

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    Wink

    Thats good to know. Thanks man.

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