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No. TeamSpeak 2 and TeamSpeak 3 are not compatible with one another _at all_. So a TeamSpeak 2 client can only connect to a TeamSpeak 2 server, and a TeamSpeak 3 client can only connect to a TeamSpeak 3 server.
We offer three default soundpacks: 1) Spoken text from wave files (default) 2) Spoken text via TTS (for channel-, nick- and servernames) 3) Silence For TTS you need to switch to the "Default Speech" soundpack via Settings > Options > Notifications.
Start the TeamSpeak 3 client with the "-console" commandline parameter.
To enable the advanced permissions system, select Settings > Options from TeamSpeak, then Application on the left, and check the box next to "Advanced permissions system" in the Misc section.
After installing the TS3 server, you will be shown a Server Admin Token ID either on screen (Windows) or you can also find it from your logs in the log directory. Once you have this, copy it and launch the TS3 client and connect to your server as a normal...
You can export an identity in the identity manager dialog in the TeamSpeak 3 client. This file can then be moved to another computer and be imported in the identity manager there, or serve as a backup file in case your TeamSpeak 3 client configuration dir...
Click on Settings > Identities, then choose the identity you want to export (usually Default) then click Export on the upper right, then choose a filename. Now on the target PC, go to Settings > Identities, and choose Import then point to the INI file to ...
Download [1] the TeamSpeak 3 Plugin SDK and build upon our demonstration plugin. Please be sure to carefully read the documentation provided with the Plugin SDK. Links: ------ [1] http://www.teamspeak.com/index.php?page=downloads
A user login name and password like in TeamSpeak 2 do no longer exist. Instead TeamSpeak 3 uses a public/private key mechanism where each user is assigned a unique identifier. This is your "key" to the server and all permissions are bound to this unique i...
Clients can be banned by any combination of IP, username (including regular expressions) and unique identifier.
Our TeamSpeak 3 communities have already begun to create custom skins, plugins, soundpacks, as well as scripts and other addons. Please visit the TeamSpeak 3 Customization [1] forum for details. Links: ------ [1] http://forum.teamspeak.com/forumdisplay.p...
You need to activate plugins manually since by default all plugins are deactivated. To activate plugins go to Settings > Plugins and enable the plugin you want to use.
Yes. Although keep in mind TeamSpeak 3 supports connecting to multiple TeamSpeak 3 servers at once via its native "tabs" (similar to tabbed web browsing). However, if you want to start multiple TeamSpeak 3 clients, simply launch the TeamSpeak 3 client wit...
There basicly are two ways echos can occur: * Sound from your speakers/headphones being recorded by your microphone. * Your sound driver recording all sound that you hear for you. Now, 'which one do I have' you might be asking yourself... You can ...
To allow TeamSpeak to detect when hot-keys are pressed even though TeamSpeak does not have the focus, you need to enable a setting in the Mac system preferences: 1. Open System Preferences 2. Navigate to "Universal Access" 3. Check the "Enable access f...
You will find a crash dump in your Documents (Vista/Windows 7) or My Files (XP) folder. This can help the developers to find the reason for the problem. Please post this dump file in our forums [1] and include a description of what exactly you did when th...
The password field specifies the optional server password. This is the same password for every user on this server and has nothing to do with user authentication.
Go into Options > Notifications. Find the specific notifications you want to disable and uncheck the X box. Press Ok or Apply. Alternatively, you can select the "Sounds deactivated" soundpack for complete silence. We tried to make this as customizable as ...
The client could not make a connection to the destination server you're trying to connect to. Either something is blocking the connection request or there is no server at the end. _Possible reasons:_ * You entered an IP or port which is not correct o...
At this time TTS is only supported for Windows and Mac OS X. On Linux you can use the spoken texts from wave files.