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Thread: IDLE mover?

  1. #1
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    IDLE mover?

    Why is there no move from channel idle option???

    I know u can set a limit of idle time to be kicked from server, but I just want it to move members from my Main Clan channel to AFK channel when they have been idle for 20-30 mins., not kick them from the server lol.

    It makes it easier to manage who went idle, and not instead of clicking client connection info., and moving them myself.

    Or doing a voice roll call either lol.

    Thanx for ur time.

  2. #2
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    Because we won't implmenet it! This has been answered before!
    So please use a bot / script fom our addon page.

    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...highlight=idle
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