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Little stupid question, how to turn off beep sound in JBuilder

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Hello, I have little question, that I can't find so far, this might be a little off topic (Java topic).
How can I turn off that stupid beeping soundin JBuilder, I like to listen to music while programming, and I like it lound, but every time I compile and run my program I have to hear that BANG on my ears because stupid compilers beeps when program crashes or compiles. I have like explosion in my ears when program crashes (it's an extreme way to teach myself not to make misstakes :) )

I appreciate any answers
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Ok I got an answer...
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Post a q. to CS and they'll give you your points back
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rodionP, mind to share your answer? it trouble me when i use JBuilder too although i use it seldomly
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InNoCenT_Ch1ld:
to turn off sound you go Tools -> IDE Options -> Audio
you should figure out there yourself
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Millions tks to you RodionP!! ;)

God Bless

-Child-
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>> PadionP
   Please go to http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/ and create a question there asking to have this question closed and PAQ'd with refund (no points needed)

regards JakobA
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