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These are the questions we are most frequently asked. If you don't find an answer here, try heading to the Support section of the site, or searching our News blog, or emailing us your question.

Q: Can I use a sound suitcase file created with the Classic Sound Mover application in the OS X version?

Yes, except you cannot assign a suitcase to the Alert Sound or Chime Toll events.

 

Q: How many different sound sets can I have?

As many as you care to define and will fit on your disk.

 

Q: Can I use a sound suitcase file created with the Classic Sound Mover application in the OS X version?

Yes, except you cannot assign a suitcase to the Alert Sound or Chime Toll events.

 

Q: Why have many different sound sets?

So you can quickly change from a set containing lots of random or loud noises to one more suited to working in a library.

 

Q: How many phrases can be added to each sound set?

There is no specific limit. However, a large number of phrases (several hundred, for example) could slow things down a little. Feel free to experiment.

 

Q: How long can a phrase be?

Phrases should not exceed 50 characters and cannot contain more than 3 words.

 

Q: Why don't you have an answer to my question?

Feel free to email it to support@ettoresoftware.com and we'll do our best to answer it (but be aware that at busy times, we may not be able to reply for several days).

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System Requirements

This product is designed to run on PPC and Intel Macs with the following operating systems:

• Mac OS X 10.5

• Mac OS X 10.4

Sounds4Fun Help

We are still busy putting together a Sounds4Fun user guide. In the meantime, if you need help with something, try heading over to our support page.