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Does anyone know where gaim keeps it's sound files? I just installed a precompiled binary version and there's no sound at all. I've checked the options to make sure that ...
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    gaim sounds


    Does anyone know where gaim keeps it's sound files? I just installed a precompiled binary version and there's no sound at all. I've checked the options to make sure that they are on but most of the field reads (default). When I click on the "test" button, nothing happens.
    I'm very aware that some people disable this but I find this feature somewhat useful. If anyone can shed some light on this problem, it'll be greatly appreciated.
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    i get it occasionally, seems to be caused by the sound card beign in use by another program (usually xmms). check u dont have anythign like sound servers running

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