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Sound effects volume is not saved - 9/28/2009 5:17:21 PM   
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I really h... the click sound so I went to the "Eagle Day -> Options" and setting it to 20. When I get to the Select Campaign the sound is again 100.

I have installed my game at my normal game drive, D:\Games\Matrix Games\Gary Grigsby's Eagle Day to the Bombing of the Reich

It seems that the other settings isn't saved to and I have just tried BTR and its the same.

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RE: Sound effects volume is not saved - 9/28/2009 5:53:12 PM   
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did you turn on lock at the bottom of the screen ?



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RE: Sound effects volume is not saved - 9/28/2009 7:03:25 PM   
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Cougar, if you want the clicks gone, but want to hear the other sound FX, you can go to your game *BTR Folder*\DAT\sound   folder and delete the files. They are click 1-5.  Game runs just fine without 'em.  

For whatever reason they were exponentially louder than combat SFX, so I tried that, and also made a set of reduced volume files. Without doing that, if I had the volume up to hear the combat, the clicks were ear shattering.

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RE: Sound effects volume is not saved - 9/28/2009 7:33:04 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Hard Sarge

did you turn on lock at the bottom of the screen ?




Hi HS,

Not really sure what you mean....

/Mark


My screen looks like this (both window and full screen):



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RE: Sound effects volume is not saved - 9/28/2009 7:42:35 PM   
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quote:

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Cougar, if you want the clicks gone, but want to hear the other sound FX, you can go to your game *BTR Folder*\DAT\sound   folder and delete the files. They are click 1-5.  Game runs just fine without 'em.  

For whatever reason they were exponentially louder than combat SFX, so I tried that, and also made a set of reduced volume files. Without doing that, if I had the volume up to hear the combat, the clicks were ear shattering.


Have you considered sharing these files in the mod section? I would like to try them out.

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RE: Sound effects volume is not saved - 9/28/2009 8:23:39 PM   
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Have you considered sharing these files in the mod section? I would like to try them out.


Sure thing, they're available in there now.

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RE: Sound effects volume is not saved - 9/29/2009 8:33:45 AM   
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Hmmm it seems that I miss a field on the above screenshot....???? I don't have the lock field


(Shot borrowed from HS)

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RE: Sound effects volume is not saved - 9/29/2009 11:10:20 AM   
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this button is only if you select some campaign, not in main menu

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RE: Sound effects volume is not saved - 9/29/2009 1:15:16 PM   
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Yeah, the original never saved it either. I will put it on the to-do-list to save the "default" preferences separate from the player preferences. 

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RE: Sound effects volume is not saved - 9/29/2009 7:20:38 PM   
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Ok thanks, will try that out.

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