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michael fixing sound problems
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 Press **CTRL+F1** to open the layout editor. Press **CTRL+F1** to open the layout editor.
  
-The editor is sort of backwards. The keys you see there are the ones that get sent to DOSBox. What you can edit is which keys cause these keys to be triggered. For example, if you want to press ";"​ on your physical keyboard and have it produce a "​S" ​in DOSBox ​you click the "​S"​ in the editor and add ";"​.+The editor is sort of backwards. The keys you see there are the ones that get sent to DOSBox. What you can edit is which keys cause these keys to be triggered. For example, if you want to press ";"​ on your physical keyboard and have it produce a "​S"​ you have to click the "​S"​ in the DOSBox UI, then click "add" and then hit the ";" ​key on your physical keyboard.
  
-===== Fixing Sound Problems =====+===== Fixing Sound Problems ​(Ubuntu) ​=====
  
 If the sound plays normally except for some high pitched clicks every few seconds you should switch the sound driver. Run this: If the sound plays normally except for some high pitched clicks every few seconds you should switch the sound driver. Run this:
  
   apt-get install libsdl1.2debian-esd   apt-get install libsdl1.2debian-esd