Re: Is there a way to change the volume of NVDA's sounds?
I don’t know if system sounds would have any bearing on the volume of these sounds, though I doubt it. These aren’t system sounds, they are NVDA sounds. I tried Rosemary’s suggestion and I found it both lowers the volume of speech and of the kinds of sounds being asked about so it appears that will solve the problem. You may want to remember the current number of the NVDA sounds settings so you can set it to the same volume again if you wish.
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From: Chris Mullins
Sent: Tuesday, April 21, 2020 12:34 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is there a way to change the volume of NVDA's sounds?
You could try switching off the focus change sounds in NVDA settings, NVDA will then announce focus changes verbally. Alternatively, you could turn down System sounds in the Volume Mixer app.
Pretty straightforward question, can it be done? I'm listening to some
fairly faint videos so I have to crank my volume up. I lower the volume
of my synth with the ring, but NVDA's sounds, e.g. going in and out of
focus mode, are still pretty loud in comparison to everything else. I
suppose I could just turn that sound off if it comes down to it, but I
figured I'd find out if I'm missing something obvious first.