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In the iChat preferences it allows you to change the speak text that it says default - 'You have logged in' but everytime I change it, it always goes back to the default. How do I make it so it stays to what I change it too, or can i change it :S

EDIT* it now works, not how I thought it would but it does. :dummy:
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