Well it was in the earlier versions, but I notice unless its changed its name radically, the sound I put in the download is not available on a downloaded copy you need the source etc, that was my point.
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NVDA is open source software, released under GPLv2, therefore the included
sounds are available for anyone to use as they wish.
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OK to stop this thread, here it is:
If you intend to use it anywhere else though ask the Devs first, since it
might be one of the few bits that is nvaccess copyright!
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Subject: [nvda] Finding the install sound in NVDA
I have found a folder called Waves, but there are only 8 sounds in it. Can
somebody tell me where to look for that neat theme when NVdA installs an
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