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7-14-2010 @ 3:04PM
I've been using SilentLoginScreen (which is basically the same as SilentDragon) for ages. There's no question about their "legality" as far as Blizzard is concerned - all you're doing is causing the client to play a local .wav file instead of the .wav files packed in the .mpq files.I also use Gun Silencer/Suppressor, which replaces the gunshot sounds with pffft pffft pffft silenced sounds, QuietThatHorse, which replaces the screeching sound of the Death Knight war horse when it is summoned with a soft rolling thunder sound, and TrainWreck, which silences all train sounds in the game.All you do is unzip the .wav files into the ..\World of Warcraft\Data directory - the folder structure is in the .zip file. For example, the gun silencer/suppressor addon adds files to ..\World of Warcraft\Data\Sound\Item\Weapons\Gun\ directory.http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info12060-GunSilencerSuppressor.htmlhttp://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/qth.aspxhttp://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/trainwreck.aspx
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