August 5, 2021 at 1:13 pm #94317
Any paltalk http apis?
Or is it socket based?
Any information – appreciated.August 5, 2021 at 2:14 pm #94336
For which Patalk the classic or the new one?November 26, 2021 at 9:13 am #103781
I could’ve started another thread but this one seemed related enough to jump in on. I’m interested in how i might go about setting up your old vb.net code to “re-join” a room on Classic (i.e. if Paltalk boots you and disconnects the audio server you can no longer monitor the list for who is on the mic. This basically makes an unattended mic timer glitchy af despite the best of code.) The idea is if one is running the timer unattended or simply letting it actively monitor the room’s mic usage on its own, it would be better if it could detect a paltalk disconnect and reconnect to the room and resume timing
Any thoughts or help in the right direction would be appreciated. I am savvy enough to use an API spy but so far I have not been able to figure out how to get return codes on Menu options. I’m not sure how you and Autopilot, String and Departure got the return codes for the Pal Commands in PalInfo module and I can’t replicate the codes that are coded in the module. (not sure if this is due to some change in the Paltalk program itself like when they changed the Read and Send Indexes. Or when they changed how the NicList is referenced ( I’d like to revisit the NicList reference issue with you later and see if you have found a way around it)
I am able to fairly accurately, detect when I need to refresh the room if no mic activity yet the queue continues to change or just by receiving a command from an admin. My issue is how best to open up a room when the title is known. I suppose as a last resort I could use SendKeys to open menus and select it but it seems the proper way would be getting the timer re-enter the room it is monitoring without relying on it being on the Favorites list would be preferred. Any ideas?November 28, 2021 at 10:27 am #104037
Will you the admin of the room, or just a regular user?November 29, 2021 at 3:53 pm #104181
Short answer is yes, because I would like it to dot those that refuse to get off the mic when certain triggers are tripped. But I think the Timer app could even be ran without Admin rights just with less features available.
Being able to re-enter the room would be a useful way to fix one of my major obstacles in releasing a version because it is just useless to me otherwise since ethernet connection on the machine I run Paltalk on is not an option for me. My wifi often is disrupted enough to bump me out of the room and back in without disconnecting from Paltalk though it kills the audio channel connection.
If I understood how to traverse the windows better I might be able to figure out how to access the syslist32 lists within the Paltalk Room Browser. Any help in how to open it and select a category would be greatly appreciated.
I suspect I know why you are asking about admin rights and it has to do with a change Paltalk made in their later version, am I correct?November 29, 2021 at 4:16 pm #104182
Aside from the issue I began with, I have most of the pieces needed working I am just trying to allow for as much custom configuration so that users can set the default times and behaviors and enable or disable features. I’m also still trying to decide how I want it to look overall. But if I get to the point of releasing the project can I host it on your site? or will it just need to be shared word of mouth?February 14, 2023 at 6:19 pm #199102
Posting to an older thread to keep it alive –
Locohacker, for both. Classic or newer. What’s the way about coding a bot (say in python) that can do a simple task. Monitor who joined & bounced that user.
Any feedback is appreciated.
ThanksFebruary 14, 2023 at 7:05 pm #199115
I don’t think we should code for the classic paltalk any more because I think paltalk decision to stop it is final 🙁
Now the best language to learn and if you plan to work with the new Paltalk is c# 2010 since the program that already been made for the new Paltalk are made on that language, I dont know it ehhe but if the codes are made public I will learn it 🙂February 15, 2023 at 1:19 pm #199421
Okay c# 2010 it is.
Let me play more and I am certain I’ll come back with questions.
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