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Re: Organ Music



Hello David,

Check the value of this variable

emacspeak-play-program

Here is what I get:

emacspeak-play-program is a variable defined in `emacspeak-sounds.el'.
Its value is "/usr/bin/aplay"

  This variable is potentially risky when used as a file local variable.

Documentation:
Name of executable that plays sound files. 


The next thing I would check is whether or not the auditory icons are
set to be used with the value of 

emacspeak-use-auditory-icons

If the value is nil, set it to t.

Best,
rdc

"David J. Ring, Jr." <n1ea@arrl.net> writes:

> Hello on one of my computers I put the SVN version of emacspeak.  It
> is really nice and when it starts I hear wonderful organ music.
>
> I tried putting the SVN version on my other computer but it has all
> the new features but it doesn't play the organ music.
>
> Someone told me I needed aplay but I have aplay on both computers.
>
> How can I tell emacspeak to play the organ for me when it starts?
>
> Thanks
>
> David
>
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