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Good morning everyone! For the past week, I've been trying to get my SLVoice to work. Now before you ask me if I've gone through the FSHelp and the Wikis, I have. I even did a clean install. I went and made exception on my Firewall. I changed my settings in Firestorm. So, here's the issue... I have the gray dot to speak. I can see anyone speaking, but I cannot hear them! I can hear everything else in SL... the gestures, the music, etc. Just not when people are talking. I thought maybe it was an issue with my hardware so I logged in to discord. My headphones work just fine! I ju
Hi all, I am some serious need of assistance. Back in May, windows did an update. so did firestorm viewer. My laptop is only a year old (Asus). I updated both and lost all sounds, music and voice. I have check my firewall settings, voice settings in FS, used the advise of forums, did a clean install twice... none of it worked. With the latest release of FS viewer (December 2018), I got my sounds and music back. But for some reason, I still can't hear voice or speak,m even though I have a dot. I've check Windows (10) firewall settings (using info from wiki and SL forum help), rese
I intermittently receive the following error message, and cannot log in to voice: "We're having trouble connecting to your voice server https://www.bhr.vivox.com/api2/:UDP:3478,3479,5060,5062,12000-17000. Voice communications will not be available. Please check your network and firewall setup." I have been working with Linden for a few weeks trying to resolve this with no luck. I had hoped the error message would mean something to them, but apparently not. It is an intermittent problem. Exists on 2 different computers (Window 8.1 and Windows 10), using both SL Viewer and Firesto
It is my understanding that voice in Second Life depends on a module supplied through Linden Lab, which uses proprietary code from Vivox. All third party viewers depend on this code and use a module called "SLVoice", marked as an executable. I have not seen any clear statement of when this code was last updated. While Linux support is suspended, and a future "Alex Ivy" viewer for Linux depends on work from the TPV community, which I see is being done, this particular component appears to depend on Linux code that ceased maintenance four years ago. I refer to the gstreamer-0.10 module.