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I run two murmur servers. One is on a 32-bit LINUX host, and the other is on a 64-bit LINUX host. I use the same version of murmur on both, and I've worked to make all of murmur's settings identical (or very nearly identical) on both. (Background: I have multiple murmur servers because I have writte...
Thank you very much kissaki. Your insights are very useful, and I will play around more on Linux with the benefit of your new information. Maybe I can cobble together a work-around, but I do hope your inspiring idea for "a better solution within Mumble" grows to fruition. If I am able to develop som...
You can place a mumble.ini next to the mumble executable, which will make Mumble use it to store its settings (portable mode). On Windows this will make Mumble not use the registry but the ini. Not sure how regular storage is on Linux. You could then copy&paste the shortcuts section of the ini. I t...
kissaki: Thanks. I had seen mention of "portable mode" but always in the context of Windows users, so I hadn't paid attention because I only use Linux. I will try it. As you surmised, it's true that I am using server-specific keyboard shortcuts based on "Whisper To" logic. I will experiment with you...
Hi. I would like to see an enhancement that would allow me to "export" the elaborate set of Mumble "shortcuts" that I have been using so I can distribute that exported file to others for their use. Of course, a corresponding "import" facility would also be needed.... (Background: I have written an o...
Hi. Please forgive me if this has been covered elsewhere; I looked but couldn't find it. I have an elaborate set of Mumble shortcuts that I use with ten different LINUX machines. I haven't figured out any easy way to preserve a working set from one machine that I can then export to the other nine. I...
Thanks. That's very helpful. I really appreciate you going to the extra length of vectoring me at the right source code.
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Wow! What a great post and wonderful set of responses. Thanks for communicating so clearly, using plain English and well-known terms. This exchange answered a lot of questions that had been mystifying me. Great quality stuff! 8-)
I am writing a high-performance flight simulator for Linux. It's working well now (in beta test). It's written entirely in "C" and "C++" and the code is highly tuned for speed. It plays well with Mumble and I've already included a very primitive, native mumble interface without changing any mumble c...