Navigational Sounds

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Navigational Sounds plays the following Windows Internet Explorer sounds:
- Start Navigation
- Complete Navigation (silent by default)
- Blocked Pop-up Window
- Information Bar
- Feed Discovered (disabled by default)
- Search Provider Discovered (silent by default)
- Download Completed (all downloads by default)

The Download Completed sound can be configured to play when any active download completes or only when the last one completes.

All sounds can be turned on or off within Navigational Sounds but please remember that the sound played is set through Windows's Sound control panel applet (note: Download Completed actually plays the "Windows Asterisk" sound).

New in 1.2.4: Custom sounds can now be configured through hidden preferences (UI coming later). To use custom sounds, open "about:config" and search for ".{d8". You should see a bunch of Boolean preferences for toggling the events plus ".custom" preferences that are empty. Simply find the ".wav" file you want to play and set it as the preference value using Windows path formats (e.g. "C:\Media\click.wav").

Download files:

navigational-sounds-1.0.0-windows.xpi
navigational-sounds-1.0.2-windows.xpi
navigational-sounds-1.0.3-windows.xpi
navigational-sounds-1.1.0-windows.xpi
navigational-sounds-1.1.1-windows.xpi
navigational-sounds-1.2.0-windows.xpi
navigational-sounds-1.2.1-windows.xpi
navigational-sounds-1.2.2.1-signed-windows.xpi
navigational-sounds-1.2.3.1-signed-windows.xpi
navigational-sounds-1.3.0-windows.xpi
navigational-sounds-1.4.0.xpi


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