Mac Volume Control

Mac Volume

To further ambiguate the purposes of this blog, I’ll post a neat tip for Apple Macintosh users.

That fart-like sound that plays when you change the volume on a Mac can be annoying, but occasionally it’s useful. If you turn it off (System Preferences > Sound > uncheck “Play feedback when volume is changed”) you can always get the feedback by pressing Shift while changing the volume. The rest of the time you can set your levels in peace.

By the way, is ambiguate really a word?

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~ by hobzcalvin on May 24, 2007.

4 Responses to “Mac Volume Control”

  1. May I please use the mac volume picture used in your article?
    This picture will be used in an electronic magazine which will be discussing the ethics of a movie theater.Please contact by mail only.This is important.
    Joe

  2. Do you know how to extract the fart-like sound?
    It amuses me and I was thinking of using it as a ringtone on my iPhone.

  3. Yeah, how do you extract the fart-like sound, so you can use it somewhere else??

  4. Google has been around for quite a few years now.

    http://www.google.com/search?q=ambiguate

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