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"slow keys" sound file location??


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Hi,

For a production project we're working on, I'd like to change the keystroke sound that my Macbook uses for the "slow keys" universal access function. However, I can't seem to find where my Mac has hidden that file. (No, it's not with the other system AIFF sounds.) Can anyone tell me where to find this file?
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