Just for fun, why not try Sierra? Naturally, I have had Mac sounds turned off 
ever since I first got a Mac back when snow leopard was the operating system. 
So I don't feel your pain in this particular instance. But since you are a beta 
person for other stuff, why not Sierra?
Mary


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> On Sep 16, 2016, at 7:04 PM, Christopher-Mark Gilland <clgillan...@gmail.com> 
> wrote:
> 
> OK, this is becoming ridiculous!  Just freaking ridiculous!
>  
> I set up an activity in ITunes on my mac.  Basically, I don't like my 
> Voiceover sounds in that app.  I think they distract, for one, from the media 
> I'm playing, and two, let's say, when you're searching for something, for 
> every character you type in the search box, you get that really loud 
> obnoxious popover sound.  So, when you're typing about 110 words a minute, 
> per character getting that sound, yeah, you try that and tell me how quickly 
> you get a head ache.  LOL!
>  
> Anyway, so, I don't want my sounds normally off, just in ITunes.  So, in the 
> past, ages ago, I made an activity to shut off the sound effects just within 
> ITunes.  Worked  flawlessly up until this update.  Now, it's totally broken.  
> The update won't take effect.  Not even after restarting Voiceover.
>  
> I removed, and recreated the activity, and made sure to tie it to ITunes.app, 
> but that did no good.
>  
> This is of corse in the most up to date El Capitan, with the ITunes update 
> that just came out last Tuesday.
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