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Hugh wrote:But for myself, I hope that the feature isn't introduced to Scrivener - for several reasons. One is that I supect that L&L would have to "buy it in", and, as a user who already owns KeyClick (http://sustworks.com/site/prod_keyclick_overview.html), I wouldn't want to have - effectively - to pay twice for the functionality.
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Tue Aug 06, 2019 2:12 pm Post
mikecaputo wrote:Not sure if this is still a question, but typewriter sounds are built-in to a Mac. Here's a short YouTube vid describing how:
1) open System Preferences, click Sound, check "Play user interface sound effects."
2) Then go back to main System Preferences screen, click Accessibility, select Keyboard, check "Enable Slow Keys"
3) Then select Options next to Enable Slow Keys, check "use click key sounds", and slide "Acceptance Delay" to far left (shortest setting)
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