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    Robert Smits NNTP User

    Default Pysol Sound

    One of the apps my wife quite likes is pysol, the card game. On my newly
    installed OpenSuse 11.0 system, when I start pysol there's an annoying
    noise......a kind of loud hum (not it's not the regular annoying music)

    I'm using a T61 and all my other sound seems normal. Before I file a bug
    report, I wanted to know if anyone else notices this too. (I don't think
    I'll update 10.3 on her machine until I can fix it)
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    bob@rsmits.ca (Robert Smits, Ladysmith BC)

    "I'm not one of those who think Bill Gates is the devil. I simply suspect
    that if Microsoft ever met up with the devil, it wouldn't need an
    interpreter." - Nicholas Petreley


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    Default Re: Pysol Sound

    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Smits View Post
    One of the apps my wife quite likes is pysol, the card game. On my newly
    installed OpenSuse 11.0 system, when I start pysol there's an annoying
    noise......a kind of loud hum (not it's not the regular annoying music)

    I'm using a T61 and all my other sound seems normal. Before I file a bug
    report, I wanted to know if anyone else notices this too. (I don't think
    I'll update 10.3 on her machine until I can fix it)
    i'm not sure about the sound problem.
    i do have a recommendation though; uninstall psyol & install psyol fan club edition, it contains way more games.

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    Default Re: Pysol Sound

    echoes- wrote:

    >
    > Robert Smits;1829396 Wrote:
    >> One of the apps my wife quite likes is pysol, the card game. On my
    >> newly
    >> installed OpenSuse 11.0 system, when I start pysol there's an annoying
    >> noise......a kind of loud hum (not it's not the regular annoying
    >> music)
    >>
    >> I'm using a T61 and all my other sound seems normal. Before I file a
    >> bug
    >> report, I wanted to know if anyone else notices this too. (I don't
    >> think
    >> I'll update 10.3 on her machine until I can fix it)
    >>

    >
    > i'm not sure about the sound problem.
    > i do have a recommendation though; uninstall psyol & install psyol fan
    > club edition, it contains way more games.
    >
    >


    It's the 'music' pysol's trying to play. In the sound options, turn off
    music (or volume to zero). Exit pysol, restart, no more hum.
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    Robert Smits NNTP User

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    L R Nix wrote:

    >
    > It's the 'music' pysol's trying to play. In the sound options, turn off
    > music (or volume to zero). Exit pysol, restart, no more hum.


    I know that it's SUPPOSED to be music. It's not. And no matter how many
    times you turn music off in pysol, the next time you start it the sound
    comes back, too. Or in this case a raucous buzz.

    I asked if anyone else was getting the noise instead of the music.

    I'm trying to figure out whether it's a problem on my machine or one that
    everyone has before I put in a bug report.
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    bob@rsmits.ca (Robert Smits, Ladysmith BC)

    "I'm not one of those who think Bill Gates is the devil. I simply suspect
    that if Microsoft ever met up with the devil, it wouldn't need an
    interpreter." - Nicholas Petreley


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    Default Re: Pysol Sound

    <posted & mailed>

    Robert Smits wrote:

    > L R Nix wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> It's the 'music' pysol's trying to play. In the sound options, turn off
    >> music (or volume to zero). Exit pysol, restart, no more hum.

    >
    > I know that it's SUPPOSED to be music. It's not. And no matter how many
    > times you turn music off in pysol, the next time you start it the sound
    > comes back, too. Or in this case a raucous buzz.
    >
    > I asked if anyone else was getting the noise instead of the music.
    >
    > I'm trying to figure out whether it's a problem on my machine or one that
    > everyone has before I put in a bug report.


    Well, if you zero the music volume, then exit and restart pysol, the buzz goes
    away. it's been that way for several versions now.

    Putting in a bug report is not real useful, since the author has publically
    moved on to other things. As mentioned earlier, PysolFC, the fan collection
    is the followup fork (well, this is more like a knife, no forking, just
    continuing)

    Loni
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    L R Nix
    lornix@lornix.com

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    Robert Smits NNTP User

    Default Re: Pysol Sound

    L R Nix wrote:



    > Well, if you zero the music volume, then exit and restart pysol, the buzz
    > goes
    > away. it's been that way for several versions now.
    >
    > Putting in a bug report is not real useful, since the author has
    > publically
    > moved on to other things. As mentioned earlier, PysolFC, the fan
    > collection is the followup fork (well, this is more like a knife, no
    > forking, just continuing)


    Thanks. It's helpful to know it happens to everyone. I don't remember a
    problem with 10.3, so it's a surprise to me.

    Bob.

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    bob@rsmits.ca (Robert Smits, Ladysmith BC)

    "I'm not one of those who think Bill Gates is the devil. I simply suspect
    that if Microsoft ever met up with the devil, it wouldn't need an
    interpreter." - Nicholas Petreley


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