Author: PatricianVidya
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Requirements: No addons required

Version: 2.0
Signed: Yes, serverkey included

Short description: UISounds is a simple mod with a simple objective: make the user interface feel more responsive by adding immersvie audio cues to frequently used actions.

Date: 2017-05-11 06:24


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UISounds 2

by
Patrician


Description:
UISounds is a simple mod with a simple objective: make the user interface feel more responsive by adding immersvie audio cues to frequently used actions.


WHAT DOES IT DO?
When opening your inventory, you will hear fabric rustling as your character fiddles with their vest/uniform. You will hear a similar rustling effect as you close your inventory. Picking up or dropping items will also have distinct audio cues.

WHY?
Why not?

SERIOUSLY, WHY?
A small but nagging issue I've always had is that the inventory has always felt relatively static and unresponsive. Often, when dropping items from my inventory, the lack of feedback meant that I didn't know if I had actually dropped an item (same with picking items up). Adding subtle audio cues to these actions makes doing them feel slightly more responsive, as there is now audible feedback. Adding sound effects to opening your inventory just feels more immersive to me, at the end of the day.

DEMONSTRATION?
There should be a video you can watch next to the screenshots that will demonstrate all of the sound effects. EDIT: As of UISounds 2.0 the video is now outdated with (imho) much worse sounds. I will be uploading a new video showing off the new sounds as soon as I can.

IS THIS COMPATIBLE WITH ________?
Probably. I have many mods installed and I have yet to encounter any problems.

DOES THIS MOD WORK IN MULTIPLAYER/LAN?
Yes. Let me know if you have a problem with this, but from what testing I have done it works fine on multiplayer. If the server does not use this mod I cannot promise anything. Everything is signed and ready for multiplayer.


Installation:
To install UISounds 2 you should use modfolders to keep it seperate from the official game content to prevent issues.
With Arma 3 you can use different ways to set up your modfolders to use custom content you have downloaded.
Please visit the Arma 3 Mod install instructions page for more information about using custom mods and addons in Arma 3.


Included files:
UISounds.pbo


Media:



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Notes:
WHAT DOES IT DO?
When opening your inventory, you will hear a zipping sound as your character opens their backpack. You then can hear them zip up their backpack when you close the inventory. Picking up or dropping items will also have distinct audio cues.

WHY?
Why not?

SERIOUSLY, WHY?
A small but nagging issue I've always had is that the inventory has always felt relatively static and unresponsive. Often, when dropping items from my inventory, the lack of feedback meant that I didn't know if I had actually dropped an item (same with picking items up). Adding subtle audio cues to these actions makes doing them feel slightly more responsive, as there is now audible feedback. Adding sound effects to opening your inventory just feels more immersive to me, at the end of the day.

DEMONSTRATION?
There should be a video you can watch next to the screenshots that will demonstrate all of the sound effects.

IS THIS COMPATIBLE WITH ________?
Probably. I have many mods installed and I have yet to encounter any problems.

DOES THIS MOD WORK IN MULTIPLAYER/LAN?
Yes.


Changelog:
v2.0
A full rework of the sounds has been done. All sounds now feel much more natural and organic. No longer will the sounds feel horribly immersion-breaking or out of place. Instead, natural sounds like rustling fabric replace the more two-dimensional sounds in place previously. No more suggestive zipping sounds!

v1.2
Now signed!

v1.1
- Fixed the mod: Sounds should now work as intended.

v1.0
- first release


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Tags: Sound,   Ui,   User Interface