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Re: Music and sound effects



So if I create replacements for these files, what should I do with them?

Cheers,

On Tue, 2008-08-19 at 17:55 +0300, Nicu Buculei wrote:
> Chris Norman wrote:
> > Unfortunately, I am new to all this stuff, so if I were to go about
> > creating sounds, where would I get the list of sounds needed? Can
> > someone tell me what to do? :-D perhaps the people working on the XDG
> > thing you mentioned?
> 
> I hope I am not very wrong and if I am wrong someone will step up and 
> correct me (I understand Mlanglie did a bit of clean-up on those files, 
> not sure that Lennart is subscribed here) but this is a sound theme: 
> http://0pointer.de/public/sound-theme-freedesktop.tar.gz, probably the 
> GNOME default.
> 
> Unpack it and will see a number of sound files (in OGG format, WAV could 
> be just as good, we can compress it later), the file names should be 
> self descriptive.
> Also se the README file in that tarball for some simple rules which have 
> to be followed (duration, volume).
> 
-- 
Chris Norman <chris norman4 ntlworld com>


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