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  1. #1
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    sub channels password inheritance

    Hello,

    I have got three questions about subchannels:

    1.) If you dont have the power to subscribe a channel, why you can see the subchannels?

    2.) If you set a password for a channel, why dont get all subchannels the same password as default?

    3.) What about clients in channels with subchannels? I think it is more usefull if those clients will be list before subchannels!?

  2. #2
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    1+2. Some people will be using Sub-channels and Channels as you are describing. That is to say that they want everything that happens to the Parent channel, to apply to the sub-channels. Other people don't want this sort of thing. Some people want Just the Parent channel to not be join-able and all the sub-channels too be join-able.

    3. Probably won't change.

  3. #3
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    Its said to be on the todo list, that subchannels will inherit some properties from parent, like permissions.
    As for the client listing, do a little forum search, could have been discussed earlier.

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    @ZeroTKA

    where is the problem!?! Simply add another flag where you can decide if subchannels inherit the parameters from parents...

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    There is no problem at all. I was just throwing out some reason of why it is the way it is. However, i do believe this inherit tag is on the to-do, but don't quote me.

    As far as number 3 goes, if we are talking about the samething, here is something that might interest you.

    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...light=ventrilo

  6. #6
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    Is 2.) a confirmed planned feature?

    If yes:
    Is there any release date for this feature?

    Thanks

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    i do believe so. You'll be able to check some sort of 'inherit' option. As far as when? I'm not sure.

  8. #8
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    1. What you wan't is to hide a channel. This won't be included.
    2. Password from main to subchannel is on Todo.
    3. Subchannel under client is on Todo as an optional checkbox. < Has been included
    Last edited by dante696; July 9th, 2010 at 11:06 AM.

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    [Suggestion] Family Channels Password

    Would it be possible to establish that the family channels will inherit the parent channel's password? Optionally.

    Thanks

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    inherit is on the to-do

  11. #11
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    sub channels password inheritance

    this could be a great step forward..

    sub channels password inheritance by parent channel will improve security system and management..

    thread has been merged
    Last edited by dante696; April 23rd, 2012 at 01:12 PM.

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