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TeamSpeak 3 Client 3.0.0 beta available

28. Jul 2011
TeamSpeak Systems released the 3.0.0 client in the beta channel. Please report any issues or problems you might have with it, as it will become the stable "3.0.0" Client next week if no show stoppers are found.

The biggest changes are a nice improvement to Voice Latency and much more powerful ClientQuery Interface.

Complete list of changes



=== Client Release 3.0.0 01 Aug 2011
! Increased plugin API version to 13
+ Multiple improvements to Voice Latency (= the time it takes before what you
say is heard by others). Among these also a tweak to the Voice Activity
Detection which makes VAD slightly less accurate but removes 20ms of latency.
The old VAD behavior is still available as "Legacy Voice Activation
Detection" in capture settings.
+ Added "connectbookmark=" commandline parameter.
+ Changed the custom nickname character limit (no whitespaces), minimum 1 and
maximum 30 characters.
+ Added getServerVersion, isWhispering and isReceivingWhisper to plugin API.
+ Added getAvatar and onAvatarUpdated to plugin API. See test plugin for usage.
+ Added that Push-To-Talk delay also affects Push-To-Whisper and whisper reply.
+ Showing a notice if a bookmark has "unresolved" properties to remind about
who is using the defaults temporarily.
+ The keyboard-search in servertree has been improved. Holding down SHIFT while
typing a character to search backwards. Custom nickname has priority.
+ Many new commands added to clientquery interface
* If a timeout occurs while enumerating direct input devices, a dialog shows
which devices have been found so far. It might will help find the problem.
* SPECIAL_3D_TEST and SPECIAL_SOUND_TEST are always attempted to play from
default soundpack, even when "no sounds" is configured.
- Fixed when switching to playback profile with a slash in its name a new
profile was created.
- Fixed whisper list hotkeys, individual use of "on key down/release".
- Fixed that servernames in subscriptions dialog will be updated.


How to get the beta client


Tell your TeamSpeak Client to check for updates from the beta channel:
- Go to where you installed teamspeak. There should be (among other things) a executable called "update"
- In this folder create or edit the file called "update.ini", after you are done with it the contents should be:

[Channel]
beta=true

- Save the file, start TeamSpeak and go to Help->Check for Update, it should report a new version available.

Release thread at the official forums