Recently I began having a very strange sound problem. Applications,
for no known reason, have switched their audio output from the
system default (internal speakers) to my Bluetooth headset. This
started with Eudora, then befell QuickTime Player, Safari, and iChat.
Most of these apps have no individual sound preferences.
How is the system determining, by application, which audio I/O
device to use for it's sound? I've not noticed anything suspicious
in any of these app's plists, in fact most of them haven't been
Any pointers are welcomed.
Another kind lister privately post the following link:
It was indeed the culprit. It was very strange though how this
started "eating" applications almost one by one. And it wasn't that
all newly launched apps were "eaten", sometimes I'd launch them a few
times and there'd be no incident but once "eaten" remained fuxored.
iWiring provides systems and networks support for Mac OS X, unix, and
Open Source application technologies at affordable rates.
Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored.
Darwin-dev mailing list (email@hidden)
Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription:
This email sent to email@hidden