I've somewhat decided that even if we don't ALL play together frequently we can still just be a little OCN BC2 hangout group; we don't necessarily have to be a full-blown clan. Since it looks like most of us have work and play lives it doesn't look like we can all consistently play with the group. Still a good idea to use the OCN tag if you're in though, since many on OCN use different soldier names from their OCN name.
Rogue, I say you're in. We have room. Pretty sure Kirby won't have a problem with it. I chatted with him on Steam for a bit the other night but he couldn't join us to play that night.
I realized I upgraded the Mumble server to hold 35 when we expect to only have 20 members.
Oh well, it was only 8 bucks and I have some friends join me to play now and then so it's not a big deal. If it's alright with everyone else my friends will somewhat be a part of the group; they're not OCN members. There's Bricks Were Shat (a real life buddy), Stalker (great player, in Canada), Centurion, H&K.45, and that's about it but they might have other friends that'll join in too. We may even have enough to have a OCN group vs. all my friends match.
Originally Posted by superhead91
How come in Canada Reese's are just called Reese? I went to Canada on a canoe trip once and noticed that and it has perplexed me ever since... Do Canadians not like " 's "?
I... don't... KNOWWWWW!!! I'm not Canadian!!!
You're a good player, you stuck along in Mumble even without a mic and you took out quite a number of tanks with us. It was fun. You should get a mic or figure out how to get ear-buds/headphones working as one. Open the spoiler:
1) Get your headphones/earbuds and plug them into your (pink) microphone jack
2) Go to "Start", "Control Panel", "Sounds, Speech and Audio Devices/ Sounds and Audio Devices", under the "Audio" tab, make sure that the sound recording setting is set to your sound card and turn the volume of the sound recording up full. Go to the "Voice" tab now and set the voice recording the same way. Ear-buds usually work better than headphones as mics. With headphones you definitely have to turn the recording volume up.
3) As a test open sound recorder from "Start", "All Programs", "Accessories", "Entertainment".
4) If it works fine in Sound Recorder, open Mumble, go to its settings and set your input as your sound card microphone, then your output as your speakers or headphones.
5 or so customers this morning asked me if I was Canadian.
CANADA?! THIS IS FLORIDAAAAAAA!!!
Edited by Stealth Pyros - 1/28/11 at 10:14am