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  Reply # 1152433 12-Oct-2014 22:02
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Disrespective: One of my favourite additions is actually how volume changes aren't followed by an annoying sound. The visual notification is still there but that is fine on its own. I don't need visual and auditory notifications. 


There has always been an option in System Preferences > Sound to enable or disable "Play feedback when volume is changed".  I started using Mac's when Panther was the OS and it's been there ever since then, and probably long before.

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  Reply # 1156694 17-Oct-2014 11:24
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Is there any quick way to update from beta 6 to the full version?

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  Reply # 1156734 17-Oct-2014 11:55
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gehenna:
Disrespective: One of my favourite additions is actually how volume changes aren't followed by an annoying sound. The visual notification is still there but that is fine on its own. I don't need visual and auditory notifications. 


There has always been an option in System Preferences > Sound to enable or disable "Play feedback when volume is changed".  I started using Mac's when Panther was the OS and it's been there ever since then, and probably long before.


And can just hold the shift key when changing volume, makes the blips if turned off, or mutes them if turned on.
You can also hold Shift+Option to adjust in smaller increments

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  Reply # 1157578 18-Oct-2014 18:47
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^Oh wow that's an awesome tip thanks!

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  Reply # 1157581 18-Oct-2014 19:09
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Tzoi: Is there any quick way to update from beta 6 to the full version?



I read that Apple considers Public Beta 6 to be the same as the full release, so theres no way to update and no point, unless you fully reinstall the OS. When they release something like 10.1 or whatever, you'll update and be on the full public version. 

The only difference right now is the build numbers IIRC




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  Reply # 1157590 18-Oct-2014 19:46
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^Yep that's right.  There's no point trying to update if you're already on the latest public beta or GM dev release.  When 10.10.1 or 10.10.01 comes out you can update then.

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