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  • Setting up Teamspeak binds

    Here are some instructions on setting up key binds within Teamspeak and a few that I use often. This will allow you to switch to all BF channels and mute the output while in-game.

    INSTRUCTIONS

    Push to Talk
    Please make sure that you set a key bind to talk and do NOT use the voice-activated option.

    Channel Change
    1. Start Teamspeak.
    2. Connect to ts.tacticalgamer.com (teamspeak server).
    3. Goto settings --> key settings.
    4. Click Add
    5. In the action list, select switch to.
    6. Leave the 2nd selection box on channel.
    7. Select the channel you would like.
    8. Use the set keys to set your keybind.

    My channel keybinds are as follows...
    a. CTRL-SHIFT-1 = Battlefield 2 (Server #1)
    b. CTRL-SHIFT-2 = Battlefield 2 (Server #2)
    c. CTRL-SHIFT-P = Battlefield 2 (Private)
    d. CTRL-SHIFT-B = Battlefield 2 (General)

    You can also bind keys to move you "up" and "down" to adjoining channels.

    Away & Mute
    1. Start Teamspeak.
    2. Connect to ts.tacticalgamer.com (teamspeak server).
    3. Goto settings --> key settings.
    4. Click Add
    5. In the action list, select toggle.
    6. In the 2nd selection box use Away and Mute Output.

    My keybinds are as follows...
    a. CTRL-SHIFT-A = Toggle Away status
    b. CTRL-SHIFT-M = Toggle Mute status
    Last edited by asch; 08-24-2005, 08:32 AM.
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    Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

    nice post...after looking at that, i realized that you can also whisper to a certain person or a channel...this becomes very useful if you are in a certain channel and you want to talk to an admin or want to use a relay system

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    • #3
      Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

      Thanks,....I definately needed this...any other TS advice is welcome.

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      • #4
        Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

        If you get sick of hearing TS announce to you everytime someone joins the server, your channel, or picks their nose, you can turn off those notifications.

        You can disable them all, but there are a couple that I actually need to hear when I'm on TS for various reasons:
        1. When I (not others) switch channels
        2. When I mute/unmute my mic
        3. When I toggle TS sound output
        4. When I (not others) connect to the server

        You can do it here:
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        • #5
          Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

          This is good, StrikeFear. Thanks. I'm a TS dolt.

          Thanks again!

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          • #6
            Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

            Could someone post their bindings (I see export import buttons in the dialog)? It is lots of work setting things up.

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            • #7
              Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

              I won't post my bindings file, but here's what I use:
              U = whisper to USMC pilots
              I = whisper to OPFOR pilots
              O = bind last whisperer to 0
              P = whisper to 0

              Shift+Alt+Numpad1 = switch username to USMC pilot 1
              Shift+Alt+Numpad2 = switch username to USMC pilot 2
              Shift+Alt+Numpad3 = switch username to USMC pilot 3
              Shift+Alt+Numpad4 = switch username to Opfor pilot 1
              Shift+Alt+Numpad5 = switch username to Opfor pilot 2
              Shift+Alt+Numpad6 = switch username to Opfor pilot 3

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              • #8
                Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

                Here's mine.
                Attached Files
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                • #9
                  Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

                  How do I set a hotkey to change my user name(USMCPilot1, etc.)?

                  The only way I see is to create new connections for each of the user names you wish to use (setup each connection with the TG TS server but change the name you login under) and use switch to : server?
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                  • #10
                    Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

                    That is correct, ABRA, as described in the SOP for contacting the jet squad. (See my sig.)
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                    • #11
                      Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

                      What push to talk buttons do you guys use?

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                      • #12
                        Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

                        I use my middle mouse button. I haven't set up any other binds yet because i'm too lazy.
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                        • #13
                          Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

                          I keep my mouse buttons for firing and weapon switches. All my TS binds are on the numberpad including the push to talk.
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                          • #14
                            Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

                            Actually that's a good idea. I might set up my TS binds for the number pad.
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                            • #15
                              Re: Setting up Teamspeak binds

                              Bah! I can't get my binds to work!(never had any before) All I get is a annoying beeping sound when I press the key/keys, and it loops when I hold them/it down. I've never had a use for TS until a few days ago, so I'm not the most knowledgeable guy around

                              Any ideas:(?
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