Twitch New Viewer Notification Tutorial



Hi Everyone, here are the relevant links

My Twitch Stream : http://www.twitch.tv/jbqlimax
Chatty Download : http://getchatty.sourceforge.net
Text Tutorial : http://help.twitch.tv/customer/en/portal/questions/11349751-twitch-new-viewer-notification-solution-?new=11349751
Twitter : https://twitter.com/JBQlimax

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The “Delay” setting actually refers to the delay in between sounds. So if you set it to 60, the sound of that type will only be played once within 60 seconds. So in your case if suddenly 20 people join your channel, you will still get the sound only once per 15 seconds.

Also note that joins/parts are only send on the TC1 setting (Settings – Advanced – Other – Twitch Client Version), which it is set to by default, but still something to keep in mind. Joins/parts are also batched up by Twitch Chat and thus possibly delayed quite a bit, so if you see/hear a JOIN, the user may actually already be gone again. It can still be helpful, just don’t expect it to be too exact.´╗┐
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4 comments

  • Bow To Dovahkiin 3 years ago

    will this sound be played on stream or is it just for you

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  • DCM4585 3 years ago

    i need a program that alerts me on a new viewer join ONLY, not also Parting (leaving channel)  pls some1 a program that does new viewer alert only

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  • Earnest Bunbury 3 years ago

    Thanks for the upload. With only a few followers and even less viewers most of the time, I would like to know when someone comes in lurking and to pop up a welcome on screen. Is there a way to use this or a similar program in a clr browser? I have Twitch Alerts but no file there seems to keep "viewers" text. Thanks!

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  • Chatty 3 years ago

    The "Delay" setting actually refers to the delay in between sounds. So if you set it to 60, the sound of that type will only be played once within 60 seconds. So in your case if suddenly 20 people join your channel, you will still get the sound only once per 15 seconds.

    Also note that joins/parts are only send on the TC1 setting (Settings – Advanced – Other – Twitch Client Version), which it is set to by default, but still something to keep in mind. Joins/parts are also batched up by Twitch Chat and thus possibly delayed quite a bit, so if you see/hear a JOIN, the user may actually already be gone again. It can still be helpful, just don't expect it to be too exact.

    Reply

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