I don’t want to form too much of an opinion on the matter of Bits until they are available to all users. It’s still in beta and things are still subject to change, based on community feedback and staff decisions that may arise.
From a consumer perspective I don’t think that it is relevant yet. Not with services like twitch for streaming, spotify for music (which you can download music and not use data with a subscription), and services like netflix making original content that are more like traditional programming without the “youtube video” stereotype to it.
If you have your own domain, you can point a subdomain to your Teamspeak.
Have a look at this guide for how to setup an SRV record so that it also points to the port. (So if your server connection detail is: tsfr.uhostpro.com:9999 your domain will account for the :9999 without the user having to type it in)
1)) Click Steam Update, select Experimental 15 from DropDown and click Execute.
2)) You’ll need to change 1 line of the config in order for your server to work with the Exp 15 version.
Info here: http://pastebin.com/FbZ061yH
@Mosquito Should be fixed, there was a space missing after the option, so it would show up like this;
-OnlyAdminRejoinAsSpectator-OutputGameReport (Which obviously isn’t recognized by the server)
It’s coming out like this now so it should be working;
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Servers will be available on the 31st, we’ll also be starting pre-orders in the next few days.
We do have access to the server files (as does everyone at the moment) but we’ve also been given several pre-release copies of the game to configure servers within our system. (Which we’ve now done).
In the Configuration Editor for autoexec.cfg you’ll see Server Name:
To add color around words, wrap these around the words.
An example name, which can have multiple colors:
<color=#FF0000>Words</color> <color=#0000A0>Awesome Server</color>
What that would look like ingame:
Words Awesome Server
Some helpful colors codes:
White #FFFFFF (White #FFFFFF)
Gray or Grey #808080