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  1. Hi to all! An idea came up that it would be helpful to add buttons to display rooms in the friends list. It would help to quickly find rooms open by friends. Perhaps you need a pictogram of the room/doors and color differentiation. Or just put the letters A, F, G - for all, for the group, for friends I'm attaching a schematic of how I see it ))
  2. Yo ! while its usually a bad idea to mix topics i will also add at the bottom of my mail an information for people encountering grey-screen crashes with nvidia cards as it drove me crazy fighting it but i found the solution. so this should be a self-contained "ps" just as source of exact information for people having the same issue in the future, without the need to comment on it. my technical issues are as follows: i cant hear any stream in default public rooms. i do hear streams in private rooms however. when i am in my appartment i cant hear the default stream (if there is any - i cant tell), but if i select manually any of the stations i can hear them all. and yes. thats shit. OK. i checked thoroughly following: - i already followed tips posted here, uninstalling the game, removing any registry settings. i moved the game now entirely on a lightning fast raid0 SDD array and while that gave general loading speed boost in crowded rooms (now near instant) it had no effect on the stream issue. i also checked if the radio.dll is present - it is. i turned the radio ingame option OFF and ON in public rooms without change. ah yes and i tried the two different login issues (US Direct, or EU) (funny enough US is faster for me and EU gives bit rubberbanding when walking but neither of the settings had any effects on the streaming issue) my bandwidth is 100Mbit i manually checked what streaming station would be theoretically used. while in the public room, i can enter it in the browser and play the station (in the browser) without any problem. it just doesnt works automatically in the room (while private room stations or even live streams by players work). i updated the flash version (of "internet explorer" which is not my default browser) as recommended in the general technic tips&tricks thread. so yes im pretty much out of ideas what could be the reason here. the stream works outside of the game. i can load it in the browser while playing. all without any bandwidth issues whatsoever. all other streams work. i already reinstalled the game 2 times and even moved its physical location to another drive. whats the issue ? possible nvidia grey screen stability fix second thing. my gaming rig is pretty much built upon e-sports standards featuring a rock stable system and 2x evga gtx 980ti sc running SLI (parallel). i used it even in competitions and never had whatsoever issues or crash. funny enough in 3dxchat i encountered a grey screen crash on the main monitor (4k Ultrawide) and while the other 3 monitors were still operational i quickly could determine that it was a partial gpu "hard lockup" and you couldnt recover the system unless a complete reboot. after all kind of research (involving replacing the ´be quiet!´ 1200Watt supply and many other things) i finally found out that one of the SLI evga cards which comes factory overclocked in its "sc" superclocked version proved to be not 100% stable in 3dxchat. After years of competitive gaming this is the first application which found that flaw. i had to underclock my gpu´s by 20Mhz on the Base Clock (through nvidia inspector) to get it fully stable in 3dxchat. it may also work by trying to over voltage it, but the stability implications on an SLI systems were not worth for me trying (especially not for 3dxchat alone which is a hm not that competitive environment xD ) - so my hint is: if you have this issue, try decrasing the base clock in -10 steps and see when it gets stable. thats not 3dxchat´s fault, but freaking interesting to find out as this system ran all kind of performance and stability tests over weeks without any issue before. so in case someone ever has a similar issue i hope he finds the thread before losing lot rl time. (the keywords on this thread help finding him/her the info quickly) br
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