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post #11 of 12
yeah ts does sound bad...but its not to the point you can't understand someone.
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post #12 of 12
The whole point of the program is to speak with people. Why waste your time with crappy sound (teamspeak)? I mean they're saying "hard user interface", but it's not hard at all. Maybe if you're 5 years old, all you basically do is create a profile, then connect to the server via ip. After that you just click connect. And you chat by holding down the key you set it too (or set it to record on voice input). Don't even try the "easy user interface one" unless we're trying for designing for the queer geeks.
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