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  1. Following up on this topic: There is now a fully-fledged plugin system coming with 1.4.0. See https://github.com/mumble-voip/mumble/pull/3743 for its implementation and its status.
  2. I assume you imported your certificate into the client? If you can't connect to your server anymore, then I assume the import has failed. Have you tried doing that again?
  3. Krzmbrzl


    Receiving and playing stereo streams is supported in 1.4.0. Stereo input might also find its way into Mumble (some people are actively planning on tackling this in the foreseeable future) but as of now it's not supported.
  4. Communication between the plugin and Mumble is easy. The plugin is presented with an API that it can use and it can also include callbacks that Mumble will call as appropriate. How you are going to talk with the plugin is completely up to you. You could either use shared memory, (named) pipes, sockets, ... The keyword you are looking for in this context is inter-process communication (IPC): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inter-process_communication
  5. That's still on my ToDo list. For now you can either place the DLLs in the proper directory manually (not recommended) or start Mumble from a command-line, providing the path to the DLL as the last argument. So for instance mumble.exe path/to/the/plugin.dll That should open the plugin installer that will install the plugin for you. After that, you will find an entry for it in Settings -> Plugins where you have to enable it.
  6. As of now the documentation lives in the source file of the original C headers in my fork: https://github.com/Krzmbrzl/mumble/blob/plugin-API/plugins/MumbleAPI_v_1_0_x.h and https://github.com/Krzmbrzl/mumble/blob/plugin-API/plugins/MumblePlugin_v_1_0_x.h. If you are using C++, then I recommend using https://github.com/mumble-voip/mumble-plugin-cpp instead of the plain C headers. If you are looking for a sample implementation you can have a look at https://github.com/Krzmbrzl/mumble/blob/plugin-API/plugins/testPlugin/testPlugin.cpp for the plain C interface.
  7. This sounds like that person that you are hearing normally does not have the positional audio feature enabled in their client. Did you double-check that?
  8. This line looks suspicious to me. I am not an expert in the shortcut system though. @davidebeatrici do you have an idea where the problem might be?
  9. Yes exactly. It defnitely is out of date and I am not even sure if it ever reached a working state.
  10. Are you or your conversation partner using noise suppression (RNNoise in particular) and/or echo cancellation? If so: Have you tried disabling either or both to see if the issue persists?
  11. This is an english forum, so please post your question in english.
  12. What is it now: Is the problem that shortcuts don't work in general or is it that only PTT does not work? It can't be both... Could you give me the output of Mumble's Developer console, please? (https://github.com/Krzmbrzl/mumble/blob/docs-developer-console/docs/DeveloperConsole.md)
  13. Does Mumble react to other shortcuts that you have set up or is this a problem specific to PTT? Well the shortcuts in TS have nothing to do with the ones in Mumble...
  14. Were you able to set up a push-to-talk shortcut in the first place (in such a way that the UI actually displays a certain key being set for the shortcut)? If not: Are you able to assign any other shortcut?
  15. We don't recommend downloading from mumble.com as we never know what kind of binaries they are providing. Thus whenever possible, prefer the ones from mumble.info (which is our official site). Did you uninstall your Mumble client before installing the one obtained from mumble.info?
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