Debug Label

Sounds.

Function Type: Behavioral.

Default Option:No.

Description: This rotor function allows or supresses the sounds the iOS Device makes as the screen is navigated, or the confirmation sounds when a button is pressed. This will NOT suppress rings and tones for incoming phone calls, email messages, or text messages. Keyboard clicks are also not suppressed by this setting. See the table below for sounds affected by this setting. There are two modes; "Sounds On" and "Sounds Off."

Sounds. Function.
Navigation Sounds. The sounds made when the screen is being explored and grid squares or regional boundaries such as the boundaries between the Status Bar, Home Screen, and Dock are traversed.
The "Thunk" Sound. The sound the iOS Device makes when it is not possible to navigate any further in the direction being attempted.
Confirmation Chirp. The sound the iOS Device makes after an icon is activated or a button is pressed to confirm that an Activate gesture was successful.
popup alert Sound. The sound made when a popup appears that requires attention.

Adding Functions to the Rotor.

Follow these steps to add the Sounds function to the rotor.

  1. Launch the Settings Application from theHome Screen.
  2. Pressthe "General"button, which is located in the Settings main menu.
  3. Press the "Accessibility" options button.
  4. Press the "VoiceOver" options button.
  5. Press the "Rotor" options button.
  6. Locate the Sounds function.
  7. As youExploreover each option, Voiceover will say, "Selected," before some, but not others. When Voiceover says "Selected," it means that the option will appear on the Rotor.

    If you use theNext and Previous Item gestures you will hear the item first, but if you do another next Item gesture, Voiceover will say, "Reorder," followed by the Item Name. This button allows you to use theDrag Gestureto change the order of the item in the list.

  8. If Voiceover didn't say, "Selected," use theSelect gestureto add the Sounds function to the rotor.

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