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ts3 LUA Badwords

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Realy cool LUA plugin for teamspeak 3

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What is BadWords LUA Script?

This is a plugin that was written in lua and it check if the user names, channels and messages do not contain Bad Words that we add to the personal list. If they find a BadWord automatically take actions (inform, kick, ban, complain add, edit channel and hide messange in tab).

It has many more features but the best one is that it's always compatible with the current API (plugin uses lua_plugin that is updated with the new version TeamSpeak3)

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Languages

Polish, English

Programming Language

Lua

Registered

2012-09-17

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