Earlier in November 2016, I invited Beq Janus to write about recent issues which have come to light for people trying to use SL Voice with the Radegast client. In short, it was recently noticed that Radegast would no longer install SL Voice on a new or clean (for those who had previously used it) installation. The problem lay with the Voice package being used no longer being available, compounded by the fact that since the sad passing of Radegast’s developer, Latif Khalifa, no-one is actively maintaining the client.
At the end of the article, Beq put out a plea for someone with the necessary coding expertise to consider stepping forward, and – if not take over maintenance of Radegast – at least update the installer to ensure it can use the correct Voice package going forward.
Well, that plea has been answered.
Cinder Roxley, a TPV developer and open-source contributor to Linden Lab, has stepped forward and updated Radegast to work with the current SL Voice, and provider a new installer package. The links are as follows:
- Radegast 2.20 installer (with updated Voice – users wishing to install Radegast with Voice should use this link)
- Source code: https://bitbucket.org/cinderblocks/radegast
- Radegast Voice pack installer with latest libs from SL: https://bitbucket.org/cinderblocks/voicepack_win/downloads/RadegastVoicepack-2.0.exe
Many thanks to Cinders for responding to the plea and updating Radegast like this.
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The value of serendipity. This came about when I was filming for the forthcoming Designing World show. A great end…or a great new beginning.
Thanks to everyone that helped get Radegast working with voice again. Great job!!!
Thanks for caring, thinking about it and working on it!
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