Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

gettin' rid of the voices in my head.

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • gettin' rid of the voices in my head.

    I'm fairly certain i saw a post in here about it, but I can't seem to find it anymore, even with the search feature. The standard ArmA voice, with their mechanical voice, I can't stand them anymore. Unfortunetly, i'm not techonlogicaly savvy enough to figure out how to do it. Any of you guys can help, i'd be really gratefull. Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    Re: gettin' rid of the voices in my head.

    Go to your Arma folder (C: > Program Files > Atari > Arma). Then to your "Dta" folder. In your "Dta" folder, go to your "ACE" folder. From your "ACE" folder, find the file "ace_clientside_config.hpp". Open that file using Notepad, and change the radio settings from "#define ACE_RADIO_FULL" to "#define ACE_RADIO_SILENT".

    Comment


    • #3
      Re: gettin' rid of the voices in my head.

      Navigate to: ArmA\Dta\ACE\ace_clientside_config.hpp

      Open it.

      Find this text (around lines 25 - 40):

      Example: #define ACE_RADIO_SILENT
      Example: #define ACE_RADIO_STEALTH
      Example: #define ACE_RADIO_INFORMATIVE
      Example: #define ACE_RADIO_FULL

      ### ONLY USE ONE #define at time ###
      */

      #define ACE_RADIO_FULL

      Change: #define ACE_RADIO_FULL
      To: #define ACE_RADIO_SILENT


      Presto, no more radio voices. Generally, you have to do this for each new ACE release.

      Comment


      • #4
        Re: gettin' rid of the voices in my head.

        sweet, thank you, no longer will I feel invaded by robot marines.

        Comment


        • #5
          Re: gettin' rid of the voices in my head.

          Yes, Ive been using it since ACE came out. The silentness is wonderful. And you can still read contact reports clearly on the chat.

          Playername Sparks444 in BF2

          Comment

          Connect

          Collapse

          TeamSpeak 3 Server

          Collapse

          Advertisement

          Collapse

          Twitter Feed

          Collapse

          Working...
          X