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  1. #1
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    New to TeamSpeak plugins, looking for MULTIPLE plugins :)!

    Hey everyone. So I've used TeamSpeak for many years now, but I'm still new to plugins. I am looking for some features and am wondering if plugins exist for em:

    A plugin that automatically puts idle users into a designated channel
    A plugin that automatically connects you to TeamSpeak server of your choice upon boot
    A plugin that lets me link a nice clean interface of TeamSpeak onto my Wordpress site

    also, how do I go about making an external application link to my TeamSpeak server like on this page:

    url removed

    Thanks in advance for your time and help guys. Really appreciate the community here.
    Last edited by dante696; February 5th, 2014 at 12:35 PM.

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    None of those are a good use cases for a plugin.

    Plugins are client-side, they get loaded by the client.

    That means for "puts idle users into a designated channel" you'd have to be around for that. That's why you'll wanna do that with a server query bot, like JTS3ServerMod.

    Connect at boot, you can do that with the client. Settings -> Start with windows, Favorites -> connect on start.

    web views are done via server queries again. I think http://www.tsviewer.com/ is the dominating provider of such, but you'll probably find code to do it yourself in the Tools section, where server query related stuff is.

    Linking from a webpage can be done via the URI, see that FAQ entry.

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    >>A plugin that automatically connects you to TeamSpeak server of your choice upon boot
    look into your server favorites and you can enable the checkbox to connect on start


    >>
    also, how do I go about making an external application link to my TeamSpeak server like on this page:
    just look at the link and change it to your own address?
    it's
    ts3server://example.org so you will probably be successful, if you use ts3server://iport or ts3server://url
    Last edited by Chris; February 6th, 2014 at 10:46 AM.

  4. #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philosound View Post
    None of those are a good use cases for a plugin.

    Plugins are client-side, they get loaded by the client.

    That means for "puts idle users into a designated channel" you'd have to be around for that. That's why you'll wanna do that with a server query bot, like JTS3ServerMod.

    Connect at boot, you can do that with the client. Settings -> Start with windows, Favorites -> connect on start.

    web views are done via server queries again. I think http://www.tsviewer.com/ is the dominating provider of such, but you'll probably find code to do it yourself in the Tools section, where server query related stuff is.

    Linking from a webpage can be done via the URI, see that FAQ entry.
    Thank you for your help. Plugin, or bot, either is fine, I was just wondering how to go about getting the functionality

    You answered my questions, thank you.

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