I just installed JTAlert 2:16:10 from 2.14.2 on my win 7 pro 64 bit
machine and my previously working sounds are no longer playing on
JTAlert. The sound files are still in the correct location and
Winamp will play them. JTAlert is pointed to the right sound file
and to the right sound device but the sounds do not play and the
Test Sound buttons do not play any sounds either.
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If I select Sound Off and then press Test Sound Output, I get the
error window and a windows sound
Is there an easy way to go back to version 2.14.2 ?
thanks Mark N1UK
On 31-Jul-20 5:07 AM, chas cartmel
computer to 4 days ago, JTAlert was OK then, but no
Still will not
play anything via media player, error RPC server
My ‘about info’:
UDP Ports used
JTAlertV2 Manager running (see attachment), but not shown in
the volume mixer (as in my 1st post).
All alerts point to the correct location and sound files
exist HOWEVER they do not play individually under Media
Player so now suspect it maybe media player issue although
having changed the default to VLC where audio works still no
audio from JTAlert. Other .wav files will not play either…
On the assumption that JTAlert will ignore the default and
always point to Media Player then this must be the issue.
Will attempt to repair windows ‘bit by bit’.
if you have JTAlertV2 Manger running in your task
should also see it in the About box
Thursday, July 30, 2020, 05:50:35 PM CDT, D. Scott
MacKenzie <kb0fhp@...> wrote:
- Win10 changes the audio settings to those it
wants instead of the ones I want.
you select your sounds file under windows
notifications on JT alert?
Thu, 30 Jul 2020 at 12:48, chas cartmel
appearing on the application as
sound on my install/reinstall, has
been Ok on previous versions.
Have restarted from ‘cold’ after
All updates (sound/calls) up to date
Volume @ 49%
All sound files installed, no audio
after testing individually
Test soundcard – no output
Audio elsewhere OK
App does not appear on audio mixer
I blame Microsoft Windozy, but
latest JTAlert version 2.16.10 is
now available @ https://hamapps.com/JTAlert/
de Laurie VK3AMA
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