Re: New release: An entirely new sound treatment has arrived with build 29!
When I use headphones with my iPod touch, I made sure to turn up the sound volume for sounds and notifications to 100to make sure sounds were being heard.
I typing this message via FlickType while a brown noise sleep machine is in the background in my headphones, and I am not doing too bad with typing!
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Sent: Saturday, April 7, 2018 11:07:24 PM
Subject: Re: [flicktype] New release: An entirely new sound treatment has arrived with build 29!
I appreciate the new sounds, because, as I’ve said before, they are a much-needed break with what had been there since the beginning. I appreciate the new typing sound (the one now present in landscape mode) because it’s easy to hear when I’m working in louder environments such as in transit, in the midst of a lot of people, etc. I am experiencing something interesting though with the usage of lightning earphones. This isn’t exclusively a flicktype issue, but something which sometimes happens with sounds generally, and I’m curious as to whether or not anyone else has seen, or is seeing this. When I use my phone and flicktype via the handset only, (no earphones) the sounds are very pronounced. Yet when I plug in my EarPods, they’re muted almost to the point of inaudibility. I have auto-ducking turned off, so yeah, this is annoying to me, because I am a geek, and am having fun with the new sound options...just wish I could enjoy them privately. Lol
Thanks guys for a great app, and for, as I once said before, returning me to my texting input roots
On Apr 7, 2018, at 8:34 PM, Rocco Fiorentino <roccof466@...> wrote: