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1. Verify that SpotCollector's sound files have been installed, and that SpotCollector can direct the Windows default playback device to produce audible sounds; on the '''Configuration window's''' Audio tab,

 a. check the '''Audio Alarm''' panel's '''Enable''' box

 a. if the '''Audio Alarm''' panel's '''Sound pathname''' box does not specify the file ''DX!.wave'' in !SpotCollector's ''Sounds'' folder, click the '''Select''' button to the right of the '''Sound pathname''' box to display a standard Windows file selection window; use this window to select the file ''DX!.wave'' in !SpotCollector's ''Sounds'' folder. If !SpotCollector's ''Sounds'' folder does not exist, or does not contain the file ''DX!.wave'', you can obtain a set of announcement files by downloading and running [http://www.dxlabsuite.com/spotcollector/Announcements.exe]

 a. click the '''Test''' button to the right of the '''Sound pathname''' box; you should here the word ''DX'' announced

Configuring the Spot Database to Announce Incoming Spots

1. Verify that SpotCollector's sound files have been installed, and that SpotCollector can direct the Windows default playback device to produce audible sounds; on the Configuration window's Audio tab,

  1. check the Audio Alarm panel's Enable box

  2. if the Audio Alarm panel's Sound pathname box does not specify the file DX!.wave in SpotCollector's Sounds folder, click the Select button to the right of the Sound pathname box to display a standard Windows file selection window; use this window to select the file DX!.wave in SpotCollector's Sounds folder. If SpotCollector's Sounds folder does not exist, or does not contain the file DX!.wave, you can obtain a set of announcement files by downloading and running [http://www.dxlabsuite.com/spotcollector/Announcements.exe]

  3. click the Test button to the right of the Sound pathname box; you should here the word DX announced


[http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dxlab/post Post a question or suggestion on the DXLab reflector]

[:CollectingSpots: Getting Started with Spot Collection]

[:GettingStarted:Getting Started with DXLab]

AudioAnnouncements (last edited 2018-07-12 17:20:14 by AA6YQ)