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Have a look here on the wiki page. If you are still missing some options there, please inform us and update the feature request.
Just going through the code from top to bottom I do not see an error, but I do have some comments. - Why did you remove the Copyright line of Thorvald Natvig(slicer)? Most of your code is a copy past of his code. - Why did you put the line #define _UNICODE and #define UNICODE in the plugin? AFAIK th...
The first problem I do not have the answer, but the second problem is a known problem. Try to force a log-out on the sourceforge page and loggin again, just with your username and password, do not use the other options.
Add "-m" after the mumble executable in the command line. Now you can start multiple instances of mumble. Also you need to copy the installation directory to another map. The -m options will use the directory where mumble is started from as the directory to save the settings. So for every instance o...
Noise suppression is just one part of the chain, that is called sound processing. Another thing that effects the sound quality is the compression method. AFAIK the present stable client still has support for the Speex codec, but that has been dropped in the snapshots. The Speex codec was designed fo...
Okay I have not tried it myself, but you could try umurmur . It is a slim-downed version of murmur, so it will not support all features. There are packages maintained for some embedded systems. Your NAS has a Marvell 88F6192 800MH, which is part of the Kirkwood family of Marvell. It has a Sheeva™ em...
In the Audio Input settings there is a section called Audio Processing. Here you can change the noise suppression and amplification. The default setting is NS:-30dB, Amp:20.00, but the Audio Wizard will change these settings. Try to play with these setting to see if it helps. BTW, have you ran the A...
The error is related to the audio input, so it could have some effect on your microphone. Try to disable echo cancellation, see if that helps. To clarify the error a bit more. Mumble fails to open the audio output device, selected in Audio Output, as the echo cancellation device. If this fails mumbl...
Would you be so kind to run DebugView while you are running mumble. And see if there are any lines popping up in DebugView when mumble stops responding to the Push-To-Talk button.
Ah yes, USB audio devices and windows 7. ;) Nothing but problems for mumble. The drivers tent to be buggy for these devices.

To get it straight, you have your microphone plugged in through the Bose 2.1 USB speakers?