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Discussion in 'OS X Yosemite (10.10)' started by Jasonstevens, Aug 23, 2014.
Is there any way to change the volume indicator sound back to what it was from PB1/Mavericks?
Go to System Preferences>Sound>Sound Effects, and check mark Play feedback when volume is changed.
Good job not reading the OP.
I'd also like to know. I like the old sound!
I've always hated the old OS X tick, but if you really want to...
I've attached the previous sound effect from my Mavericks partition.
Thanks so much! Where do I put it?
Read the MacWorld article pickaxe provided. It contains a detailed explanation.
Oh oops didn't see it. Thanks!
I hope they change it too for bootcamp in other ways that would be incoherent
I googled "Yosemite Volume Sound" as I wanted to know how to switch the volume indicator sound back on. The first answer was exactly what I was looking for.
The problem, you see, is that the OP was asking the wrong question
You can just hold down Shift while tapping it and the sound will be there
Until I turned it back on and realised it was different, that was my interpretation of "back to what it was"....
Tried on 10.11.4 to sudo copy the old file
into a backup, but only get back this following the relevant command (with password given and pressing return):
'sudo cp volume.aiff volume_backup.aiff'
'cp: volume_backup.aiff: Operation not permitted'.
Any clue? Are we disallowed to change anything now since SIP ? Or what else do I have to do?
id say we'd have to disable sip