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  1. #31
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    How fast are you moving? If you do to many actions, even through a plugin, the server will ignore everything you do until your points are low enough.


    Merged 25-05-2012, 15:28 EST
    1.19-pre1 for Windows users with 3.0.7 client released for testing.
    Last edited by Screech; June 22nd, 2012 at 02:22 AM.

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    1.19 with support for API-17 released.

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    With the new update i get:

    plugin failed to load
    Failed to load plugin.

    Never had this before the last TS update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by corpost View Post
    With the new update i get:

    plugin failed to load
    Failed to load plugin.

    Never had this before the last TS update.
    Please update your installed plugin. The author wrote a comment 1 post above yours!
    And post #1 also contaisn the latest version for client 3.0.7.
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  5. #35
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    i did update ofc to 1.19

    it still says:
    Plugin failed to load:
    Failed to open plugin.

    it also say below needed api 17 and says i got api 0
    the other plugins detect i got api 17.
    i also tried to download TS again both the 64/86 version and still it says api version 0

    so what am i doing rong ?

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    Not sure which Compiler Screech uses but you might need to install the Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Libraries if he uses Microsofts IDE.

    Edit: Just downloaded it to check and he seems to be using VS 2010 so you'd need to download the 2010 Runtime Libs to be found here (32) and here (64)

    Edit2: The readme even mentions this...

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    This only happens, 1. when the plugin is not up-to date or when you use an old client.
    Please make sure, that you use client 3.0.7 and also clear the the addon from your harddrive, if this still does not solve your problem.

    Example path
    C:\Program Files\TeamSpeak 3 Client\plugins\last_channel_win64.dll

    It works fine here, i just downloaded the version from the addon page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentStorm View Post
    Not sure which Compiler Screech uses but you might need to install the Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Libraries if he uses Microsofts IDE.

    thnx that did the trick it was the C++ that was not good. reinstalled c++ and was working perfectly again.

    Thnx Again.

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    Pre release version 1.19.1 has been made available with support for API 18.

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    Yey.. *click*

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    pre release version 1.20 has been made available with support for API 19.

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    Just a thing to know: ist there any way for an admin to move users using this script?

    In some cases it might be needed / useful to move someone into another channel.

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    You can just drag/drop them as normal or look at the TS3 mass mover script.

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    Correct answer, but I might not made my intention understandable (or I misinterprete your answer).

    The script auto-moves clients back to their channel when they were moved by someone. This might be a legit solution to prevent abuse from moving. But sometimes when the channel gets full and the people play some game I would like to be able to move the people in the "right" channels, knowing they won't come back by an automatic system.

    Actually the script doesn't distinct the ranks of TS-groups or there is some function/power I'm not aware of...

    What I like this script to do:
    Group Member A moves Group Member B --> script moves B back to A
    Server Admin S moves Group Member B --> script recognize S as admin and B stays in his new channel

    Ist this implemented / planned / works yet?

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    Oh, nothing like that in the works at this time.

    You can express to your users that you don't want them using this feature, it is optional (in fact this feature is by default off every (re)start of the plugin).

    The plugin can not move them back into a passworded channel unless they have ignore password permissions. Could make channel passworded with sometime simple like "1" or the ever popular "123". TS3 client can remember the password, but the plugin has no access to that so it will reject returning to that channel.

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