Re: Sounds for Chrome?
Well, Ann, maybe the problem is your ISP, which is obviously very slow. If you had high speed Internet, your files would download almost immediately, and there would be no need to play a sound to indicate that the file has downloaded successfully, because the alert message from Chrome itself would be sufficient. For instace, I have Spectrum high speed Internet, which the company falsely claims is 200 mbps, but under real world conditions actually measures only about 120 mbps. Nevertheless, this is still fast enough to download a 20 hour BARD book in less than ten seconds. That's ten seconds, not ten minutes. So the alert message from Chrome that the download has completed is sufficient, and no other sound effect is necessary. Of course, if high speed Internet is not available where you live upstate in Rochester, then that's a different story, and you might want to download the Notify extension for Chrome to indicate that a file has downloaded successfully. .toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
On 6/25/2020 8:26 AM, Ann Parsons wrote:
Good morning all,