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  1. #21
    What about a connection to Teamspeak, Plays a sound in TS using a plugin??

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    why not just make the plugin play a .wav file =\

    I should point out, I have no idea how this or any plugin works

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    Plugin playing a wav file = only sound alert I could think of.
    Conmecting to teamspeak is way too complicated for that purspose...


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  4. #24
    Bummer... still brilliant work u have done MorpheusX

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    Quote Originally Posted by mav2537 View Post
    Bummer... still brilliant work u have done MorpheusX
    If I had that idea about 2 months ago, it wouldn't have been a problem
    But since university starts in a few weeks (and as a lazy student, I haven't opened my books since beginning of holidays), I probably should work on that a bit more


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    Quote Originally Posted by MorpheusX(AUT) View Post
    Plugin playing a wav file = only sound alert I could think of.
    Conmecting to teamspeak is way too complicated for that purspose...
    The wav file would be fine.... All my Admins would have that file on their PC.

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    AdminAlert used a .wav file. You have to install it locally though and you can select keywords....
    ~not to take anything away from MorpheusX's work~

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckmoto View Post
    AdminAlert used a .wav file. You have to install it locally though and you can select keywords....
    ~not to take anything away from MorpheusX's work~
    That's what I said a few posts above.
    Only way of a sound-alert I might integrate.


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  9. #29
    What I could imagine is some kind of function that forwards the (complete/only admin calls) serverchat into a chat. I guess one easy way to do this is just to relay the serverchat into an IRC-Channel because then you don't have to care for the GUI, and there are plenty of of IRC clients that can be embedded into a website in many ways.

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    Was already suggested a few posts above.
    However I don't have any experience with IRC-Chats, so would have to "learn" that first. Will see how much I can do when university starts now.


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