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    Ok, guys can we please watch our language in the TS channels? I have heard a lot of "gay", "mother****er", "sonofabitch" and I find it really unnecessary.

    From the [SOP] The Contact Report:
    http://www.tacticalgamer.com/battlef...t-reports.html

    - For obvious reasons, Contact Reports are Priority radio transmissions. In other words, when you hear the operative word CONTACT, the entire radio net should go quiet and listen for the information.
    Can we try to stick to this? Sometimes the chatter is really too much and eventually I give up. And its not only the chatter, some players are really dominant and drown every attempt from other players to talk, this is also from the [SOP]:

    - Contact Reports can be over-used. If the entire fire team is geographically in the same area and everyone sees the same threat, often it's redundant to broadcast a Contact Report. The key is to use one's own best judgment.
    Please do not state too many obvious things in the channel, remember there are other squads that needs that channel so communicate, we all need share the space.

    Finally, perhaps we could be better at giving kind words and encouragements in the channel? I think the current climate could be a bit much for new members.
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    Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

    Calmly ask that profanity not be used and to respect others in the channel. When that fails, find an admin.

    I had to endure an endless barrage of crap from a few griefers Saturday night after I asked them to stop. Thanks to LpBronco, Troublesome4u, and asch; those individuals will not be rejoining us anytime soon.

    There are quite a few new faces on |TG| and in TS. Not everyone takes the time to read the rules before hand. All we can do as members is try to educate them. If that fails, its our responsibility to report them.

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    • #3
      Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

      *bump*

      Last night, between 10 and midnight, Teamspeak was atrocious. We had a few people just basically getting annoyed at what my squad was doing. You wanna know what my squad was doing? Its called, defending the back flag. The one-niners enjoy the task of defending our backflag. I loved it when one of our team members, over TS, asked "what is with that squad sitting on that hill?" That was my squad, and we werent sitting on that hill telling stories. We were keeping eyes on the flag while throwing out motion balls to warn us of any incoming enemies. Its called DEFENSE, ever heard of it??

      Also, enough already about making comments about a particular player and the kit they love to use and abuse. Get over it. Move on.

      Its times like that that i just want to disconnect TS altogether or rather just switch TS channels.

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      • #4
        Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

        I agree with you HiTestFest. Yesterday 2 squads capture a point and automatically drift to another point leaving it completely undefended. I ask in TS "Why isn't anyone defending A?" And someone replied "B is where the party is". I was dumbfounded. And this is happening more and more often. Honestly it makes playing on TG less enjoyable as a whole when everyone is just running around like a giant mob trying to harvest points instead of engaging in tactical gameplay of defending/attacking when needed.

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        • #5
          Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

          Originally posted by HiTestFest View Post

          Also, enough already about making comments about a particular player and the kit they love to use and abuse. Get over it. Move on.
          Really people, when I here players call out others by name for using X over and over again you just sound jealous. Develop a strat to beat it. Coordinate with your squad. Instead of "OH, <insert name>, is just doing <insert weapon> over and over. Say <insert name> is south of B in the house. Delta spawn on me and well move north and destroy the building around him. Be 'mature' and look for solutions. For every complaint there is a solution.

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          • #6
            Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

            Is there any way to separate the squads into separate channels? I swear I saw that on another server or game.

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            • #7
              Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

              Originally posted by gator skywalker View Post
              Is there any way to separate the squads into separate channels? I swear I saw that on another server or game.
              You can simple ask the other people in your squad to move to a different channel with you. Although, if you do this, you will be separated from the rest of the team.



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              • #8
                Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

                Originally posted by gator skywalker View Post
                Is there any way to separate the squads into separate channels? I swear I saw that on another server or game.
                PortableCougar spent a long time one day giving each team sub channels for each squad, but no one used them, and for good reason because then you can't tell the other guys on the team important stuff.

                Is there anyway you can set up a key to talk to the people in your channel, but a different key to talk to the parent channel? That way you could talk all you wanted to your own squad by like hitting the left alt key, but then if you hit the right alt key it talks to the whole team? But have it set up so it does that in whatever channel you are in so you don't keep having to go into TS settings every time you play?

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                • #9
                  Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

                  Originally posted by HiTestFest View Post
                  *bump*

                  Last night, between 10 and midnight, Teamspeak was atrocious. We had a few people just basically getting annoyed at what my squad was doing. You wanna know what my squad was doing? Its called, defending the back flag. The one-niners enjoy the task of defending our backflag. I loved it when one of our team members, over TS, asked "what is with that squad sitting on that hill?" That was my squad, and we werent sitting on that hill telling stories. We were keeping eyes on the flag while throwing out motion balls to warn us of any incoming enemies. Its called DEFENSE, ever heard of it??

                  Also, enough already about making comments about a particular player and the kit they love to use and abuse. Get over it. Move on.

                  Its times like that that i just want to disconnect TS altogether or rather just switch TS channels.

                  As a notorious back flag capper I gotta say, you guys were giving me fits last night.

                  The first time I was killed on the back flag I thought, "Ok, he must have just spawned on the flag. Bad beak." The second death I started thinking, "Hey, this is the same guy as last time." After a few more I realized you had a dedicated squad defending the flag.

                  It was impossible to ninja the flag from you guys.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

                    To be honest, earlier in the evening the TS chatter was fantastic. Peardog, Abel and a few others were extremely fun to play with. There was constant comms about situations at other flags and which two to hold and so forth. Big props to those guys! It just crapped the bed later on in the evening.

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                    Artillery conquers and infantry occupies.
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                    Proud to have been a member of the 5th, 71st and my beloved 19th

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                    • #11
                      Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

                      HiTest: If you're talking about when your squad was defending A on White Pass, yes it seemed like a good idea at first. However, that map is very linear so if you capture the Bravo middle flag, the whole team can hold there as long as there is constant intel from motion sensors. That is what the enemy team was doing and without our whole team assaulting B, our attack was failing since we were outnumbered and under bleed. It was just a suggestion to move the defending squad of the one flag that we had so we could get bleed back on our side. I know some people don't always say things in the most polite way, so don't take it to heart.
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                      • #12
                        Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

                        Originally posted by Bamboo View Post
                        PortableCougar spent a long time one day giving each team sub channels for each squad, but no one used them, and for good reason because then you can't tell the other guys on the team important stuff.

                        Is there anyway you can set up a key to talk to the people in your channel, but a different key to talk to the parent channel? That way you could talk all you wanted to your own squad by like hitting the left alt key, but then if you hit the right alt key it talks to the whole team? But have it set up so it does that in whatever channel you are in so you don't keep having to go into TS settings every time you play?
                        That sounds like the Channel Commander option from TS2 and I dont think it can be done in TS3 which is a shame :(
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                        • #13
                          Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

                          Originally posted by Bamboo View Post
                          PortableCougar spent a long time one day giving each team sub channels for each squad, but no one used them, and for good reason because then you can't tell the other guys on the team important stuff.

                          Is there anyway you can set up a key to talk to the people in your channel, but a different key to talk to the parent channel? That way you could talk all you wanted to your own squad by like hitting the left alt key, but then if you hit the right alt key it talks to the whole team? But have it set up so it does that in whatever channel you are in so you don't keep having to go into TS settings every time you play?
                          Originally posted by Zantheus View Post
                          That sounds like the Channel Commander option from TS2 and I dont think it can be done in TS3 which is a shame :(
                          It can be done but its complicated

                          you have several channels for squads
                          you have one key for the general push to talk, which communicates tot he squad chanel you are in
                          you have a second key for whisper to list, and in your list are all the squad channels
                          although possible, I suggest this is probably too much for day to day play and just one cahnnel per team is the right level at rpesent

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                          • #14
                            Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

                            I'll be the first to admit that I suck at giving succinct reports on enemy sitings and more. I stutter a lot and lord knows if I was in the army I'd be murdered for my stilted messages. I appologize for that. I don't curse, but I know others do, to me I know why it happens and it doesn't bother me unless it gets out of hand.

                            As for encouragement, I always try to encourage my team mates and give them compliments. It usually tends to increase communication. I also don't think that TS3 has to be completely serious 100% of the time. Part of the fun of playing with you ladies and gents is recognizing a fun time and joking about it.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Teamspeak channel conduct

                              I must be the first to say that I am sorry I curse like a drunken Irishman who thinks saint Patrick's day is every day. I like to curse, gives me lifeblood. I try to hold myself back as much as I can, yet somehow I magicaly press the push to talk key whenever I talk and curse words get uttered.

                              I do appologize for that. Though I get really serious when there is lots of tactical talk going on. I had a really great night when many TGers were on both teams and coordination was spot on and communication was short and quick.

                              So in short: If you are joking and fooling around, I'm drunken Irish. If you are serious and teamplaying, you have a tacticaly minded player, reflect on that.

                              As for myself, I will try to discipline myself a lot more.
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