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7-19-2010 @ 6:49AM
I tried setting up a TS3 server once, but the latest version available for my server (running FreeBSD) was TS2. And even that has always been running in Linux emulation. Still, that's what we've been using so far.I just noticed that in the meantime they (finally!) made a TS3 server version for my OS, so I may give that a spin again. Still, I don't think it has overlays or positional audio?I also have Vent installed, but it's a bit laggy and it only allows 8 connections - we can't use that for raids.And lastly, we've been experimenting with Murmur/Mumble the last couple of days and so far we're really impressed by it. I was just thinking about how to convince the rest of the guild when this article came out! Great timing!!!Finally, I read somewhere on the WoW forums (was Googling, could be anywhere!) that Mumbles positional audio violates WoW's EULA? Is that still true? I know the positional audio is disabled by default, but maybe that plugin needs to be withdrawn or at least wear a very big warning label?
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