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TheDarkTrumpet 11-14-2005 07:19 PM

What files does this write to?
 
Hello all,

Since I installed the ventrilo mac client, for some weird reason my sound in Windows Media Player no longer work, and my sound in Warcraft 3 either. Since this is recent to the installation to Ventrilo, I have a feeling it may have overwritten something that it shouldn't have (why isn't this a self contained executable instead of something installing to various areas of the computer?)

Once I find out this, I can go back and try to diagnose if ventrilo is really the problem that caused my sound to go poof or not.

Thanks.

mjgraf 11-14-2005 08:00 PM

mac client and Windows Media player???

TheDarkTrumpet 11-14-2005 09:19 PM

Odd to believe, I know.

The thing that perks my interest in this the most is that there's a dedicated installer for the OSX client (again I ask why), and there's a dedicated installer for Windows Media Player (a good question is why on this too), and also a dedicated installer for Warcraft 3 (why an installer!?)

That's why I'm really curious - I just hope a developer can give some information about what it writes and when that way I can either investigate this problem or disregard it and look for other causes.

halprin 11-14-2005 09:32 PM

The ventrilo app writes to the folder "ventrilo" which is located in your Home folder. So it should not affect WC3 or WMP.

gramathy 11-14-2005 09:59 PM

That and a prefs file, but each of those is unique to the program that created it.

TheDarkTrumpet 11-15-2005 09:12 AM

So the only files it writes to are:

/Applications/Ventrilo.app
~/Library/Application Support/ventrilo (and perhaps other configuration files)?


Thanks for the information so far, I'll try installing this on my laptop to see if I can reproduce the problem. If I can't, then it's gonna be interesting finding out where the problem is at.


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