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  1. #1
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    Solved Global mute?

    I have been going through teamspeak, but I cannot find a global mute option.

    Can someone make a lua that let's admins globaly mute a player so no one can hear him?

  2. #2
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    Hello

    You can use a server group for that, e.g. :

    - Create a new server group : Mute
    - In this special group set these permission :
    • b_group_is_permanent Checked
    • i_client_talk_power, value = -1, check Negated
    • b_client_skip_channelgroup_permissions Checked


    When you want mute a user, just add this user in this special group

  3. #3
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    Everytime I try to create, it says ERROR: SOME PERMISSION CANNOT BE APPLIED.

    My own server won't even let me edit it even though i'm in the server admin group.

    I just looked at a youtube video, and I do not have as many options on the server groups as the other person, help?

    http://imageshack.us/m/218/945/seev.png
    Last edited by reaply; May 13th, 2011 at 01:49 AM.

  4. #4
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    You need to enable the advanced permissions first.

    SETTINGS->OPTIONS->APPLICATION

  5. #5
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    Thanks . I got to globaly mute my friend that is annoying without having to kick/ ban for 300 seconds .

  6. #6
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    Global mute?

    We have not quite adequate player, who always speaks in microphone and often prevents us from normal raiding. We can't ban him on server because he should listen our raid leader but shouldn't speak himself. Is the possibility to mute him globally (nobody can hear him) and forever? I know, there's function to mute him individually by each player but it's not solution for us.

    Thread has been merged
    Last edited by dante696; September 21st, 2011 at 12:34 PM.

  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by florian_fr40 View Post
    Hello

    You can use a server group for that, e.g. :

    - Create a new server group : Mute
    - In this special group set these permission :
    • b_group_is_permanent Checked
    • i_client_talk_power, value = -1, check Negated
    • b_client_skip_channelgroup_permissions Checked


    When you want mute a user, just add this user in this special group
    Where can I write these permissions? I have only this dialog:
    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/833/61736542.jpg

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  9. #9
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    Thank you very much!

  10. #10
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    How can I globally mute a client?

    Sometimes a client will just be a chatterbox and say inappropriate things. Can he be muted from all channels? Or at least from our main channel? If so how?

    Thread was moved and merged!
    Last edited by dante696; August 6th, 2012 at 07:37 AM.

  11. #11
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    Assign to this client for i_client_talk_power a negative value.

  12. #12
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    Create a Group "Muted" either Server (if you want that client to be muted on the entire Server) or as a Channelgroup (for just the Channel that you assign them the group in). Assign an i_client_talk_power of -20 to that group.

    If you want to mute someone just assign him the muted group and he won't be able to talk unless explicitly given talk power.

  13. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by florian_fr40 View Post
    Hello

    You can use a server group for that, e.g. :

    - Create a new server group : Mute
    - In this special group set these permission :
    • b_group_is_permanent Checked
    • i_client_talk_power, value = -1, check Negated
    • b_client_skip_channelgroup_permissions Checked


    When you want mute a user, just add this user in this special group
    Sorry for bringing this up after such long time...

    I created both, server and channel groups "Server Mute" "Channel Mute"

    Both groups modified
    *server mute can be granted only by server admins and server ops
    *channel mute - by chan admins and ops

    If i mute regular user (normal) it works fine - he gets muted in all channels, but it ignores server adm/ops
    If i mute regular user (no matter who he is chan adm/op/voice) - he gets muted in chann and sub channs - ininheritance (well works like regular channel group)

    BUT: if i mute server admin with channel mute - he gets that channel mute.......... (pretty stupid server admin #1 guy muted by channel admin in some channels). By some rules - it works just great, but i want to prevent some server ops from playing with that (they can modify user channel groups), muting each other and etc

    How can i fix this? Cant figure out for a while.... [Channel mute does not affect Server Admin/Server Operator]

  14. #14
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    Prevent a Server Group from getting Channel mute: Simply check the "Skip" box for i_client_talk_power in any server group you do not want to be muted by channel mute. This will make them ignore the value of the channel group permission for i_client_talk_power.

    Prevent a Server Group from getting Server mute: You can add the i_client_needed_permission_modify_power to a server group, let's call it "X". If somebody wants to add an aditional server group or remove a server group from someone who is member of this group X, he will have to have a i_client_permission_modify_power greater than or equal to the i_client_needed_permission_modify_power of X (in addition to having to have sufficient Group Member Add Power to be able to assign the group to anyone in the first place).

  15. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthias B View Post
    Prevent a Server Group from getting Channel mute: Simply check the "Skip" box for i_client_talk_power in any server group you do not want to be muted by channel mute. This will make them ignore the value of the channel group permission for i_client_talk_power.

    Prevent a Server Group from getting Server mute: You can add the i_client_needed_permission_modify_power to a server group, let's call it "X". If somebody wants to add an aditional server group or remove a server group from someone who is member of this group X, he will have to have a i_client_permission_modify_power greater than or equal to the i_client_needed_permission_modify_power of X (in addition to having to have sufficient Group Member Add Power to be able to assign the group to anyone in the first place).

    Thanks! but i figured that out earlier

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