.370 causes teamspeak segfaults JFYI, I don't have more details atm but will try to get a coredump or so...
Using the latest RC1 TS Server and Client along with ACRE v188.8.131.520
We've noticed an issue with 'direct' chat within vehicles.
You can talk as soon as you get into a vehicle, but as you move away from the point you 'inserted' into a vehicle; the 'direct' chat starts to fade away until you can't hear anyone talking (you can still see lip/mouth movement).
If you then move back (in the vehicle) to the same original starting point (where you inserted into the vehicle), or thereabouts, the 'direct' chat returns and you can hear again.
Please can this be investigated as we've found it to be a real immersion breaker!
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Last edited by LondonLad; May 11 2011 at 11:48.
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I was just in our server, and I could not go for longer than five minutes before my game would automatically alt-tab to a crashed Teamspeak popup telling me it had created a .dmp that I could send to people. I guess this is where I leave them?
When Teamspeak doesn't crash, ACRE works just fine. It just won't let me play for longer than about five minutes before crashing again, which kind of makes playing completely impossible.
TS3 info: 3.0.0-rc1 [Build:14345]
Qt Version: 4.7.2
ACRE version 1.2.9, API Version 11, Build 370
I get no errors that indicate anything is wrong, TS seems to be A-OK with the ACRE version, so I am at a loss as to what exactly is happening here. All I know is that my Teamspeak crashes totally, my game automatically alt-tabs, I get a .dmp file thrown at me, and I have to get back in.
The server ACRE version is exactly the same as the client version, too, so there should be no compatibility issues. JayArmA2lib and CBA are also fully updated.
EDIT: And if we wanted to roll back to an earlier version, how should we do this? Because most of us have updated their Teamspeak by now and last we checked, 1.2.7 won't work on that, as the API version was not compatible. Have you got a link to a standalone TS3 installer that installs the most recent stable TS3 version? I've been looking but I didn't have much luck.
EDIT2: Just had another crash, exactly the same except that it didn't automatically alt-tab my game. Instead, I suddenly got the 'ACRE not connected to T3" hint, alt-tabbed manually and saw it had crashed again. Didn't bother uploading the .dmp file because I cannot imagine it being much different than those provided
Last edited by Von_Lipwig; May 11 2011 at 17:35.
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Yeah, i play with Von_Lipwig and id just thought id throw my 10c in here.
The earlier TS3 pre12 beta that worked with v349 was fine for most of us, apart from 2 other members trying almost everything they could.
Then a few people who had it working updated the TS3 client by mistake, prob because the update.ini was still in the root folder.
Since downgrading to an earlier beta didnt seem to be an option, we've updated to 370, with matching TS3 API plugins. This has caused my first crash today along with Vons. Bane, another guy we play with, is reporting no issues apart from having to dis-connect/re-connect to TS3 when it bugs out and no beeps are heard (i was used to dealing with this in the last version).
As a workaround for the moment, is there any way to acquire the installer for the last beta as opposed to updating through the client. Downgrading i think is the best option for us right now.
As much of a headache the issues were experiencing are, i would like to acknowledge that myself and many others do appreciate the hardwork the ACRE devs are putting in.
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