Replace empty trash sound with flush here

scottlinux

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Sep 21, 2005
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http://rapidshare.de/files/37169588/empty_trash.aif.zip.html

Download this file. Browse to:

Hard drive>system>library>components>

then right click on CoreAudio.component and click 'show package contents'

then go into Contents>Resources>SystemSounds>finder>

there you see the real empty trash.aif. Might want to make a backup copy of that somewhere. And put my new empty trash.aif in its place there. Have to restart to make it go in effect. Enjoy!

Please make a mirror of this file. Rapidshare doesn't last very long anymore.
 

dukebound85

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Jul 17, 2005
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scottlinux said:
http://rapidshare.de/files/37169588/empty_trash.aif.zip.html

Download this file. Browse to:

Hard drive>system>library>components>

then right click on CoreAudio.component and click 'show package contents'

then go into Contents>Resources>SystemSounds>finder>

there you see the real empty trash.aif. Might want to make a backup copy of that somewhere. And put my new empty trash.aif in its place there. Have to restart to make it go in effect. Enjoy!

Please make a mirror of this file. Rapidshare doesn't last very long anymore.

downloading now that would kinda sound cool lol
 

scottlinux

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Original poster
Sep 21, 2005
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If apple made this the default empty trash sound in 10.5, they would sell tons of copies. :)
 

WildCowboy

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Jan 20, 2005
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I remember doing this on my PC back in 1996...toilet icon and flushing sound.
 

Harsesis

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Sep 16, 2008
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Can anyone send this sound to me please? I can't seem to find it anywhere but here!

Thanks
 

riscy

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Jan 4, 2008
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This thread is almost 2 years old, so I am not surprised the file is no longer on rapidshare, and you cannot find it anywhere.
 

Mac.hiavellian

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Nov 16, 2010
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I can't find where to make the change in Lion. Did it in Snow Leopard butt cannot find the path in Lion...... help anyone?:(
Hard Drive (Macintosh HD) > System > Library > Components >> Right click on CoreAudio.Component >> Click on Show Package Contents > Contents > SharedSupport > SystemSounds > Finder

There you find the .aif files. Remember to make a backup copy before replacing any of them.
 
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