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  1. #1
    Join Date
    July 2011

    TS3 weird push to talk behaviour

    Hello I have problem with push to talk function.

    Sometimes when I press push to talk it doesn't capture my voice. When I test it in [options] [capture] it works perfectly with continuous transmission and voice activation, but when I use push to talk it sometimes randomly doesn't work. I mean when I press a key, say something, green bar appears but I cant hear anything and blue dot doesn't light up. It happens randomly (but frequently), it can cut my sentence in half or completely from start.

    It was working perfectly before I think I have this problem since one of last updates but I'm not really sure.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    August 2011
    i ahve the same problem. yesterday work fine . now i must put on "voice" or "continue" to speak with my friends .

    how i can resolve this issue ?

  3. #3
    Join Date
    November 2010
    Go to:
    Tools-> Client Log

    And post some logs while that issue hapends.

    Also Check advanced options in Capture profile
    Select PPT and make shure you have unchecked "Voice Activation detection while usung Push to talk"

  4. #4
    Join Date
    January 2011
    Polski offered some good suggestions you should try first.

    In extreme cases, huge packet loss will also disable the transmission light. I had experienced it when my client had 75% packet loss one day.

    You can see your packet loss by right clicking your name and select client connection info.

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