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Mar 26, 2004, 15:39 #1
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Programmatically mute postback or keypress sound (clicking sound)
Is there a way to programmatically quiet the click sound that is made when a webpage does a postback. (ie whenever a user clicks the submit button you will here a quiet click sound).
Our clients have other applications that are sound automated as well so this sound has become a problem, especially since our application uses a setTimeout function that fires a postback every 2 seconds (So you could imagine what this sounds like).
Currently I know how to manually go into windows and set the clicking sound to nothing (Which stops the clicking sound):
*sounds and audio device properties
*Go to the topic for (window explorer) and set ths start navigation.wav to none
But I need for this to be done programmatically. If anyone knows how to do this programmatically, or has an idea of how to do this programmatically please respond.
If you have a great recommendation on a resourceful site that can help with this please leave a url. Thank you very much.