Yes, it is still work.Gale Andrews wrote:It's interesting that the second QuickTime play fixes Audacity playback while you are logged in. Does Audacity playback still work if you quit and restart it immediately?
After 10 minutes it still work. Also when I let laptop sleep, when resumed after two hours it still work. After reboot it still work. I have to shutdown and then power on to induce this issue (sorry if I somewhere wrote "reboot" previously, it has to be shutdown, about second wait and then power on).Gale Andrews wrote:If you play a file in QuickTime twice, then wait a couple of minutes before playing in Audacity, does it still play?
"antipop" doesn't help (I made 10 minutes length tone, whole was played without any sound - except first beep and loud click). Nothing happened, although "antipopd" was launched.
When I try manually what "antipop" should do (i.e run "say" command with space every ten seconds), then after fifth say " " tone began audible (btw. it means that it would take about 50 seconds until Audacity start playing when "antipop" do what should do).
EDIT: I'm trying to find what was wrong, because "antipopd" is just a shell script with endless loop with say " "
EDIT2: Ah, AntiPop installer firstly starts "antipopd" as root. And launchctl wasn't quite successful when it should start under logged in user.