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Hola. Hay algunas opciones disponibles. Puede utilizar otro software como Teamspeak y Discord. O hay un programa de voz de radio especial llamado SimCom X que puede instalar desde el menú en Archivo, SimCom X Voice Client.
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Does the deature minimize to tray come back, because a host the server and when I accodently close Joinfs I can't rejoin the session anymore.
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ultracool wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 10:05 am Does the deature minimize to tray come back, because a host the server and when I accodently close Joinfs I can't rejoin the session anymore.
Could you explain that a bit more? Perhaps give the steps required to repeat the problem.

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Peter wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 10:16 am
ultracool wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 10:05 am Does the deature minimize to tray come back, because a host the server and when I accodently close Joinfs I can't rejoin the session anymore.
Could you explain that a bit more? Perhaps give the steps required to repeat the problem.

Thanks,
Peter
When I start JoinFS I would like that I can check an option that it minimizes to tray when I click the close button. I run the server on my system, and I connect to the session and my friends can join, but when I close JoinFS I can't get back in the session we were using.
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ultracool wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 10:58 am When I start JoinFS I would like that I can check an option that it minimizes to tray when I click the close button. I run the server on my system, and I connect to the session and my friends can join, but when I close JoinFS I can't get back in the session we were using.
So you connect a session, close JoinFS, restart and you can't join the session again? Is this one of the public hubs?

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Hello Peter,

how can I create a permanent Hub? Is a migration on a server possible/necessary. Usually I create a Hub my PC and JoinFS must run, but I am not able to run my system 24/7. :-)
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Georouters6 wrote: Fri Dec 03, 2021 8:44 am Hello Peter,

how can I create a permanent Hub? Is a migration on a server possible/necessary. Usually I create a Hub my PC and JoinFS must run, but I am not able to run my system 24/7. :-)
Hi,

You could run it on small laptop, but obviously that would need to be plugged in all the time. If you can get access to a Windows server somewhere then that would work. Not sure how much it costs to rent the server space. Probably not that much. Or you could find another JoinFS hub owner who doesn't mind running another instance alongside theirs.

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Hello Peter,

thank you for reply. The hint to the the Windows server is very useful for me. I don´t own a server but I'm sure to find somenone else in our community who owns a windows server :-)
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Georouters6 wrote: Sat Dec 04, 2021 6:56 am Hello Peter,

thank you for reply. The hint to the the Windows server is very useful for me. I don´t own a server but I'm sure to find somenone else in our community who owns a windows server :-)
JoinFS uses very little resources so running multiple instances on the same machine is no problem at all.

Peter
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