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While it might not be much to look at... or play, the sound effects in 'Pac-Man' for the 2600 were good enough to represent almost every off screen video game played in movies and television up until the early 2000s. If I'm being completely honest and I divorce myself from the negativity surrounding the game, I do have to admit that the effects are very unique and iconic, especially the death sound.
@pjft I guess I could try that. It was working fine till yesterday so version 4.3.1 was good for awhile.
What version are you thinking I should try?
I have been thinking about it and what might have happened but I don't know how to fix it is.
I had the videos playing for screen saver and the audio turned off for screen saver only. Let it run that way for a few hours every so often. Sometimes I would hear sound jump in and out. Like a noise from the other room. Then yesterday I noticed I didnt have any sound.
The reason I had it on so often and wasn't playing is I'm a designer working on a theme. Was wondering if this could be the source of the trouble?
No problem @FlyingTomahawk thanks for your input tho.....yeh I was thinking the same that its not available as yet, I saw a piece of code before but it never worked for me....maybe it will be implemented in a future release. :)