Problem with Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().beep();


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Marshall Cummings

Hello,

I have a java applet I've been using for several years now with the
following line

Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().beep();

used to create a beep sound. I am now finding more and more of my customers
where this command no longer creates a beep! In fact, I went back and tried
it on my development machine and it no longer works there either. Does
anyone have any ideas?

Thanks,
Marshall
 
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VisionSet

Marshall Cummings said:
Hello,

I have a java applet I've been using for several years now with the
following line

Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().beep();

used to create a beep sound. I am now finding more and more of my customers
where this command no longer creates a beep! In fact, I went back and tried
it on my development machine and it no longer works there either. Does
anyone have any ideas?

This came up a week or so back. Do a search (java.lang.*) to clarify.

The line you are trying does not work on Windows 2000 (or was it just XP?).

This would go hand in hand with a gradual increase in reports.

I guess you'll have to go for an audio file or generate a frequency
mathematically instead.
 
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