transit nxt, annoying sound
Thread poster: Slawomir Nieciecki

Slawomir Nieciecki  Identity Verified
Poland
Local time: 18:51
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Nov 26, 2011

Hi all

I wonder if it is possible to disable fuzzy match sound in NXT.
It is really annoying, especially when I am listening to a music.

Best regards
Slawomir


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Turn off the internal speaker Jan 28, 2012

Is this the internal speaker of your PC, that produces sounds? Try to turn it off from in Windows, Device Manager. It is not used anymore in other applications, so you won't notice its absence anyway.

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Hans Lenting  Identity Verified
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Disable the corresponding sound Jan 29, 2012

Slawomir Nieciecki wrote:

Hi all

I wonder if it is possible to disable fuzzy match sound in NXT.
It is really annoying, especially when I am listening to a music.

Best regards
Slawomir


Yes, it is quite easy. First detect which sound is assigned to it (e.g. Exclamation mark), then disable that particular sound in My Computer | Configuration | Sounds.


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Slawomir Nieciecki  Identity Verified
Poland
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noticeable difference Oct 7, 2012

Dunno how, but transit is much faster now, no lags at new bubbles
I recommend this setting.


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rokabard
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so no real solution to this ebarrassing (for star) annoyance? Dec 9, 2012

disabling the windows sound is NOT a solution. i do want to hear the warning beep when some error occurs with my system. i just don't want to hear it every time i press ALT+Ins. it serves no purpose and is annoying as hell.

please, help a transit noob out - it's hard to believe no option is available to diasble this distraction.

thanks.


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Extricoeden
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Fuzzy search (source)| Options| Automatic search Mar 5, 2013

Ribbon bar| Matches| Fuzzy search (source)| Options| Automatic search (uncheck the function)

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Patricia Ballesteros Menéndez
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Problem solved Sep 1, 2014

Hans Lenting wrote:

Slawomir Nieciecki wrote:

Hi all

I wonder if it is possible to disable fuzzy match sound in NXT.
It is really annoying, especially when I am listening to a music.

Best regards
Slawomir


Yes, it is quite easy. First detect which sound is assigned to it (e.g. Exclamation mark), then disable that particular sound in My Computer | Configuration | Sounds.



Thanks, Hans Lenting, your indication was very helpful to turn off that annoying sound that was heard when confirming a segment. I wonder if Star Transit has a user's guide to show users how to manage this kind of things.


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Ivana Bojcic  Identity Verified
Croatia
Member (2011)
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... Nov 12, 2016

rokabard wrote:

disabling the windows sound is NOT a solution. i do want to hear the warning beep when some error occurs with my system. i just don't want to hear it every time i press ALT+Ins. it serves no purpose and is annoying as hell.

please, help a transit noob out - it's hard to believe no option is available to diasble this distraction.

thanks.


This is the worst program I've been working with.
So is there a legit option to disable this sound without messing with my computer system or ruining fuzzy matches?


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Dan Lucas  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 17:51
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Japanese to English
Apparently not Nov 12, 2016

Ivana Bojcic wrote:
This is the worst program I've been working with. So is there a legit option to disable this sound without messing with my computer system or ruining fuzzy matches?

It's a trying application at times, no doubt. I thought I had seen an option to turn off the beep somewhere but a quick check reveals nothing, so perhaps not. Hopefully somebody knowledgeable will appear with a solution.

Dan


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CafeTran Training
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Work-around? Nov 12, 2016

rokabard wrote:

disabling the windows sound is NOT a solution. i do want to hear the warning beep when some error occurs with my system.


I understand your point. The only work-around I can think of, is to create a script that deactivates the sound when Transit has focus. But then again, the beeps of other apps running in the background won't be played either.


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CafeTran Training
Netherlands
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Ear Trumpet for Windows 10? Nov 13, 2016

rokabard wrote:

disabling the windows sound is NOT a solution. i do want to hear the warning beep when some error occurs with my system.


Would this work?

Ear Trumpet for Windows 10
If you want, you can also use a freeware called Ear Trumpet, that offers you a smarter way to control the volume for each individual program.
See: http://www.thewindowsclub.com/adjust-volume-for-individual-programs-windows

Or rather not, since it's the System beep that's involved here?


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