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    Allocate sounds
    Hi,
    Is there a way to allocate sounds to specific actions? I have some sounds saved as wav files on my macbook and want them to come on when some actions happen. eg. login, empty trash, etc.
    At the moment there are just the mac sounds for Alert, Login and Empty trash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakewoodlady View Post
    Hi,
    Is there a way to allocate sounds to specific actions? I have some sounds saved as wav files on my macbook and want them to come on when some actions happen. eg. login, empty trash, etc.
    At the moment there are just the mac sounds for Alert, Login and Empty trash.
    At the moment, without use of any third party software, no...

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