TeamSpeak 3.0.15 (x86/x64) TeamSpeak is flexible, powerful, scalable software which enables people to speak with one another over the Internet. TeamSpeak consists of both client and server software. The server acts as a host to multiple client connections, capable of handling literally thousands of simultaneous users. This results in an Internet based conferencing solution that works in a variety of applications such as team mates speaking with one another while playing their favorite online game, facilitating inter-office communication among co-workers, or simply for personal communication with friends and family. Among TeamSpeak's incredible range of features are crystal clear voice communication, cross-platform design for both the client and server, a built-in web based administration control panel for the server, and a highly scalable user permissions system. In addition, the TeamSpeak server can spawn multiple instances or "virtual servers" from a single server session, thus easily scaling to suit the needs of your community or social network. The TeamSpeak server has a native SQLite database but can be configured for use with MySQL, and has built-in command line query capabilities allowing practically limitless automation and scripting possibilities. Lastly, our next generation TeamSpeak 3 SDK offers a complete integrated solution for online games, virtual worlds, social networks, military simulators, education, or any environment where up to thousands of users require crystal clear voice communication. TeamSpeak is FREE of charge for non-commercial use and has low cost, flexible licensing options for commercial use. If you own a web hosting company or you would like to apply to become an Authorized TeamSpeak Host Provider (ATHP) with unlimited earning potential, please contact us or visit our FAQ for more information. If you are new to TeamSpeak, please visit our Getting Started page for further information. Change in 3.0.15: Overhauled update system. General goals are to reduce download size and allow the updater to update itself before updating the client. Two-step update ensures that the updater can update itself before updating the TeamSpeak client. This way we can deploy changes to the updater more quickly. Updater copies itself to temp folder and then runs from there, thus we no longer have issues with the updater not being able to update files because they are currently used by the system. Added binary patching to the updater for a faster and much smaller download Compressed update files with lzma instead of gzip to further reduce size Added update channel selection to Options dialog (Applications page) to make it easier to switch to beta channel. No more update.ini editing required. URLs will now be written into their own database named urls.db. The old urls.dat will be converted and deleted. If the converter finds a broken url in the urls.dat, the file will be discarded and a clean database will be created. Simplified Updater UI, removed some useless functions (Start/Changelog) Updated bundled Overwolf installer Multiple fixes and improvements to bbCode parser from 3.0.14. Updated openssl to 1.0.1h Removed pluginsdk.zip from installer and updater. It is available again from our downloads page (http://teamspeak.com?page=downloads). Removed mirrors.ini, mirrors are no longer being used. Fixed broken date and time displays (bans, temp passwords, messages, logs etc). This was an oversight when switching from Qt 4 to 5. Fixed currently typing pen in chat not showing to other users. Fixed delay after applying changes in some pages of the Options dialog, especially noticeable in Applications page. Fixed adding bans not working with some Unicode characters in nicknames. Fixed some tooltips which changed with Qt5. Fixed temporary passwords table header which broke with Qt5. Fixed disabling max user spinboxes in channel edit dialog. Fixed icon scaling when loading from folder. Removed icon when moving a spacer. The profile and whisperlist name is now limited to 60 characters. Fixed an icon in filebrowser. Fixed website invitation for OSX. Fixed ts3link if a file or a folder name contains whitespace. Fixed client freeze and lag when loading chat history. Fixed permission table header which broke with Qt5. Fixed package installer which broke with Qt5. Fixed timestamp field in chat. Some digits were interpreted wrong. Fixed package installer. Some addons could not be uncompressed. Fixed quotation marks surrounding news ticker in updater on Linux and OS X Read more at http://kdfile.biz/teamspeak-3015-x86-x64-f186549.html#Q9rg6RKUarxx1YEO.99 Kod: Zao nam je, ali morate biti registrovani/prijavljeni da vidite ovaj sadržaj!