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Arnold Schwarzenegger DBM Countdown

Version: 6.2.1
by: EvilMaddness [More]

A Arnold Schwarzenegger countdown for DBM! All you have to do is replace the .ogg files in the count folder
(as in countdown) with the new .ogg files in this zip!

Download DBM Voicepack VEM on curseforge or on the curse client. Then take the folder out of your add-on's to your desktop or where it's easy to get to. Open the folder and you will see the count folder inside. Then delete and replace the .ogg files with the Arnold ogg. files.

Once you put the folder back into your add-on's and on wow go to /DBM then the options tab then Spoken Alerts and change it to VEM English Female for count sounds. Not 100% sure if you need to change set voice pack for spoken alerts to VEM English Female also or not. Just mess around with it a little.
When you do /DBM pull 10 and hear Arnold you will know it's working right.

If your wondering why you don't hear the countdown till 5 and would like to hear it at 10. Go to the main DBM site and download the new Alpha version 6.2.12 alpha rXXXX


Then in game under DBM Options global disables and filters, at the bottom where the slider bar is you can set it at 10. Anything above 10 the countdown audio will still start at 10. But anything below 10 the number you set will be when the audio countdown and text starts.

You will need to do /rl or /reload ui for it to work after you set the slider bar.

Updated 10.ogg with a new file sounds better now.

Ps. I'm working on a full DBM-VP Arnold but it will be a while till it's done

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Re: well about addon

Originally Posted by killeralpha
Well according to me a better description would be suited to where i should place the sound files as there are no folder called count or countdown anywhere only a sound folder in dbm!!
What you wanna do is download DBM Voicepack VEM on curseforge or on the curse client. Then take the folder out of your add-on's to your desktop or where it's easy to get to. Open the folder and you will see the count folder inside. Then delete and replace the .ogg files with the Arnold ogg. files.
Once you put the folder back into your add-on's and on wow go to /DBM then the options tab then Spoken Alerts and change it to VEM English Female for count sounds. Sorry for the confusion and hope this helps.
I think you have to change set voice pack for spoken alerts to VEM English Female also but not 100% You will just need to test it out first by doing /DBM pull 10
I will list this in the description so no one will have this problem again.
PS. I'm working on a full DBM-VP Arnold! It will be a while till it's finished though.
VP stands for Voice Pack
Then It will be VEM Arnold Male once it's finished. Just bare with me for now I know it's odd having English Female for count sounds when it's really Arnold Male. You can change the .ogg files for any sound pack you choose.
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Well according to me a better description would be suited to where i should place the sound files as there are no folder called count or countdown anywhere only a sound folder in dbm!!
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