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Maybe a stupid question, but how can I turn the music off? The in game volume control doesn't work and when
I just delete the .ogg files, it asked me for a CD. He, i thought GOG-games are drm free :-) !!
Is there a setting in the config files?
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burnberger: and when I just delete the .ogg files, it asked me for a CD. He, i thought GOG-games are drm free :-) !!
What does you breaking the GOG install have to do with DRM-free?
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burnberger: Is there a setting in the config files?
Silly question: how to disable music?
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burnberger: What does you breaking the GOG install have to do with DRM-free?
1.What does your reply have to do with my question?
2. Obviously, GOG does not solely sell Games without DRM, but Games with
circumvented DRMs.
3. Please learn reading emoticons. This was a joke. almost but not quite: indeed, the recent version (2.0.0.63) does not need changes to 'dosboxCARMA.conf',
but to 'dosboxCARMA_single.conf' . ("add below the line that starts with imgmount
MIXER CDAUDIO 0:0") That helps!!

But anyway: Thanks a lot! I appreciate your & GOG's work very much!

BTW: There seems no way to reduce the music volume in the experimental Win95 version, exept editing the ogg-files...