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  1. I agree. Vuex was too interested in constantly reminding you it was Vuex with its icons and banners.
  2. A+. I personally like the Bravo 6 (which I'm using now). Nothing fancy, and satisfies the "dark theme".
  3. Honestly, I've never been one for the fancy flashy themes. I would be perfectly ok with the "FREE" Vuex or Bravo 6 theme.
  4. Folks, Perhaps I'm blind, but can anyone tell me if/where a toggle for a "dark theme" may be for the new forums site?
  5. N8LHG

    Welcome Back

    Glad to see the forums back.
  6. Hi folks, Mumble crashed on me today. Cold start of the pc, first start of mumble. When trying to send the crash report I received: This really isn't funny, but apparently there's a bug in the crash reporting code, and we've failed to upload the report. You may inform a developer about error 2. Tried again, and it seemed to come up fine.
  7. That's awesome that someone is taking it over. The older 2015 client I had isn't retrieving the server lists anymore. Mumla seems to resolve that.
  8. I'll be honest. I've tried discord, and its too "social media" ish to me. Its insecure, too open to the world. If you are looking for social media with social audio options, I suppose its the way to go. I like mumble because the server is secure and centralized (maintained by people you can trust), and the communications are not public.
  9. I'm not really sure where you are going with this. I think encryption is not lawful on Ham Radio at all (USA anyway). Commercial licenses have radio modes where encryption is available, but I doubt those radios you were talking about are FCC type accepted, so probably can't use those legally. If my understanding is correct (I'm NOT an expert), FRS (Family radio service) has encryption available, but is very low power, very short range. GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) shares many of the same frequencies of FRS, allows higher power (licensed) but does NOT allow encryption. IMHO - If you want
  10. N8LHG

    AFK move

    Epic! I'll give it a try!
  11. I'll be honest, I tried discord, and after about a month using it, deleted the account and program with extreme prejudices. Yes, they harvest your activity, and yes they deal with your personal data much like any social media does. I've been using mumble for more than a decade, and IMHO, there is nothing better. I have control over its use, where the server is, who is on it, and what they are doing on it. Thats the difference. People not caring about their privacy, is in my opinion, a real issue. Its unfortunate that folks are willing to give away so much. Companies that harvest your pe
  12. N8LHG

    AFK move

    Ok, So I've seen some scripting to deal with AFK users but I'm having issues getting anything to be dependable. So.... Anyone have a dependable and/or usable option to autonomously move users with xx mins of non activity to another channel (afk)??? (Play jeopardy tune here)
  13. N8LHG

    Logs for all chats

    # Specifies the file Murmur should log to. By default, Murmur # logs to the file 'murmur.log'. If you leave this field blank # on Unix-like systems, Murmur will force itself into foreground # mode which logs to the console. #logfile=murmur.log This should be within your murmur.cfg file. I'm using windows, and mine defaults to murmur.txt. See if you have a "logfile=" within your config file, it may be set different then mine.
  14. N8LHG

    Logs for all chats

    It should already be dong that on the murmur server side. "murmur.txt". Should contain channel changes, ip address, name used, time, etc.
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