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    Systems sounds always on

    Hi,

    Since I've 'played' with Alsa (update) all works fine except for 1 thing, the system and event sounds are always on!

    Personally I do not want sounds on events like opening a windows or raising it. In KDE configuration ARts is set to off and I see no other option to turn the event sounds off...

    Anybody know how to turn them off?

    TIA

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    Re: Systems sounds always on

    Quote Originally Posted by pooh_
    Hi,

    Since I've 'played' with Alsa (update) all works fine except for 1 thing, the system and event sounds are always on!

    Personally I do not want sounds on events like opening a windows or raising it. In KDE configuration ARts is set to off and I see no other option to turn the event sounds off...

    Anybody know how to turn them off?

    TIA
    In the Control Center -> Sound & Multimedia -> System Notifications.

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    Thanks Stephen, a more torough exploration of that worked.

    Thanks for the help.

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