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Hi.

Is it possible to stop the 'popping' sound when you turn the volume up and down?

There is a visual display of the action and that's all I need.
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Go to system preferences --> sound and uncheck the box that says play feedback when volume is changed. And that's that!
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Go to system preferences --> sound and uncheck the box that says play feedback when volume is changed. And that's that!
Thanks very much indeed.

I keep saying it and it's true.
It's like stepping back 20 years, when I got my first PC.
I'm so Window-ised, and I would have found this, dead easy on a PC, but don't know where all the things are on a Mac.

I was going to ask another question: "Where is the equivalent of the Windows Control Panel?"
Well, I suppose the 'System Preferences' is something like that, I guess?!
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