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Old 25th August 2008, 10:42 AM
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F9 gnome system sounds not playing

i have installed F9 on my Dell inspiron 1525. The sound on my system works properly, however the gnome system sounds dont play (login, logout, clicking on buttons, checkboxes etc). Al have setup all mixer devices to full volume and also enabled the gnome-system-sounds in sound-preferences. Previously it used to work but then it stopped working n i dont know why. I must have inadvertently goofed up some setting but now i'm not able to get it back. Is there any gconf keys to enable it or some other settings. I'd be glad to get it working again.
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