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Re: Changing auditory icons




Nolan -

You may be using the "play" script from the emacspeak package, which
just cat's a .au file to /dev/audio.  Before trading in your .au
files, please try playing them with the "play" script from the "sox"
package instead.  If that works, then all you need to do is set the
evironment variable EMACSPEAK_PLAY_PROGRAM to point to that script.

	      - Jim Van Zandt


>Date: Sun, 16 May 1999 21:19:22 +0000
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>From: Nolan Darilek <nolan_d@bigfoot.com>
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>I recently began using auditory icons again after not having done so
>in quite some time.
>
>While I do think they are very helpful, I do have a minor issue. I
>have a SBLive and a good speaker system. The existing icons don't
>sound so great on this system; I usually hear lots of rough buzzing
>and such. I'd like to replace the .au files with waves, if possible. I
>realize I could probably copy waves over the .au files and keep the
>names the same, but this is ugly. I would really like to be able to
>somehow rebind the auditory icons to new sound files. Is this
>possible?
>
>Thanks in advance.
>
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