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    serverquery client muted client[1],client[4],client[5]

    Hello guys since i worked around the not updatin channel images i have a new problem.

    I would like to find out if a client muted a nother like this:

    client 8 has muted client[1],client[4],client[5].

    my question is this mute only client side or does the server know about it an there for sending no data. If yes is it posible to acess the muted flag by sql or query or is it just hardcoded and cant be accest?

    thx for your answers

    ps sorry for my bad english

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    As far as I know this information is not available from the outside.
    You think my answer is stupid ? Read This:
    http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-...ons.html#intro

    In a world without fences and walls - who needs windows and gates ?

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    thx Peter i will wait for a few more answers if its realy not posible i will figure out a work around like i did for all my other ts problems :-(
    Last edited by Master_Jochen; February 17th, 2011 at 11:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master_Jochen
    thx Peter i will wait for a few more answers if its realy not posible
    If Peter says that is not natively possibe is that it is not.
    No need to wait for other answers

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    LOL ok.... I now just wait for the answer if the server knows about it if yes then its posible to figure out ... pointer and bla bla so dont say its not posible if dont know for sure and Peter said " as far as i know"

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    Ok next try :

    This is not possible. Even with the server notify, you can't get this kind of information.
    Because this action is client side, not server side.

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    @florian_fr40 are you developer of teamspeak 3?

    and i dont understand your answer does it mean the server knows about the muted clients and there is no normal wai to get the information or does the server it self not know about it? if the server knows about it its placed somwehere in the memory thats for sure and what ever is in the ram can be read by other aplications if you know the basepointer and the offset .... so please tell me

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    The server know it, if a user is muted by the permission system (only by clientinfo and flag system).

    But in this case :
    Quote Originally Posted by Master_Jochen
    client 8 has muted client[1],client[4],client[5].
    the client 1,4 and 5 are muted only for the client 8.
    This information is on client 8 side.
    And currently, there is no command to get this kind of information.

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    thx .... then i need to code a plugin damn...

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