Tutorial How to hide your connection info (ping, packetloss, ip, etc..)

Alligatoras

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#21
Hmm, i did follow all the steps but after that when i start the client it's crashing. any ideas?
Also from the moment i did install it - even after uninstalling it the custom badges addon send a server message (didn't happen before)
 

Bluscream

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Contributor
#22
Hmm, i did follow all the steps but after that when i start the client it's crashing. any ideas?
Also from the moment i did install it - even after uninstalling it the custom badges addon send a server message (didn't happen before)
You need to disable/uninstall the custombadges thing in pytson.
If you experience crashes try starting teamspeak as admin or with -console
 

Alligatoras

Head Moderator
#23
i got confused, the custom badges works through the pytson right? or you released it with out that? (don't really care about that)
anyway, i did use bot console and admin, still crashing though.
 

Bluscream

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#24
i got confused, the custom badges works through the pytson right? or you released it with out that? (don't really care about that)
anyway, i did use bot console and admin, still crashing though.
The custombadges thing uses pytson to send servermessages which get converted to commands via ts3hook.
Do you use x64 or x86?
 

Bluscream

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Contributor
#26
Hmm i have tested that and it works for me. some tips:
  • Make sure you're using 3.1.7
  • disable ts3hook and check if crashes are still there. If yes ts3hook is not the problem
  • Try to inject ts3hook with the injector instead of installing it as plugin
  • Try older ts3hook versions

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x64
but i didn't send any messages until i did install the hook
In the custombadges package the hook is included
 
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Alligatoras

Head Moderator
#27
  • Make sure you're using 3.1.7 - Check
  • disable ts3hook and check if crashes are still there. If yes ts3hook is not the problem - Disabled = no crashes
  • Try to inject ts3hook with the injector instead of installing it as plugin - don't really know what i have to do but i will give a shot some time later :)
Thank you :)
 

Bluscream

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Contributor
#28
  • Make sure you're using 3.1.7 - Check
  • disable ts3hook and check if crashes are still there. If yes ts3hook is not the problem - Disabled = no crashes
  • Try to inject ts3hook with the injector instead of installing it as plugin - don't really know what i have to do but i will give a shot some time later :)
Thank you :)
On github download page you will find injector x64.exe put that in one fold3r with the same dll as the plugin and rename the dll to ts3hook.dll then remove the plugin from teamspesk, start teamspeak andthen starf injector as admin
 

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