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Well the issue started in the middle of the day. The server is on a Amazon AWS Linux server and all the clients were Windows 10. The bandwidth was 4+ Mbps for several users but the next day I checked and the bandwidth and CPU usage (as reported in Task Manager) was back down to normal on my install ...
Reporting this so others may want to check. All the users on our server using 1.3.0 were using between 3 and 9 percent of CPU and between 2.2 and 4.6Mbps on their clients when connected. Immediately moving to 1.2.19 made the bandwidth and CPU usage go back to their usual "practically zero" status. V...
Okay, then that is too complicated for us. I humbly request that the old method of allowing linked IMG files be restored with perhaps a server side option that must be activated manually so the risk is on the server owner.
To be clear, I am talking about images that display in the sidebar upon login. I use that for making colorful announcements. I am not sure how to accomplish that with the changes made. Is it at simple as putting the images on the Mumble server itself? I was linking the images from a different server...
I used the <img> tag quite a bit on my server and found it very useful to post eye-catching images for events and logos for our social media (e.g., Twitter logo). I very much miss this feature and would like it brought back. I don't think there is a high risk to including images and even if so, leav...
Well, that's unfortunate. I think the security risk is overstated and this was a very useful feature for announcing events and posting colorful links to our Twitter page and such.

How does this data: blobs thing work? Any documentation?
I have images in our sidebar pulling from our website server via https and they are not displaying after the latest 64bit patch. Works fine in the 32bit 1.2.19 version. I have verified this with other users.
The list of games that work with the overlay keeps shrinking. Is there any work being done to get the overlay to work with DX11/12 games? This is a great feature that really set Mumble apart at one point.
I'm having difficulty getting what I want in the way of a Mumble config. I hope someone here could help me out. Here is the goal. * A main {command) channel where the leader will sit that cannot be heard outside that channel except with a shortcut to transmit to all sub channels. * A set of subchann...