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I have installed TeamSpeak 3 using the .run file provided on their downloads page, but something has gone awfully wrong and I want to completely reset all settings to default. I figured that a clean reinstall would sort that out, but after removing the folder it unpacks and re-running their .run script, my settings remain in place.

Is there any way to completely remove TeamSpeak 3 so I can reinstall it?

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User's config file are normally stored in his own home directory but they may be hidden try Showing hidden Files

View > Show Hidden Files 

in Nautilus from your home directory it will show some '.' prefixed folders may be there will be a folder for this app too try removing it

ls -a 

also help to show hidden files from terminal

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Ctrl + H is the shortcut for hide/show hidden files –  OrangeTux Apr 22 '12 at 12:48
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