737 pack language question?

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iamcanadian2
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737 pack language question?

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Does anybody know how to change the c language in the 737 pack. It is great but I got a French guy talking for the no smoking and seatbelt?
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737 pack language question?

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Hello, If you have other aircraft that are in english, you can transfer these sounds and replace the one's in the 737 pack. To do this, open the sound folder on the aircraft, scroll down until you find the the two wav audiophiles . . Note the names, and double click on each one so you can hear and verify them. Now go to an aircraft that has the sounds you want in your 737 pack. Once you find the two sounds in the aircraft you want to transfer, then copy and paste both audiophiles to your desktop. . They might be marked as follows:
Cabin_Alert or Seatbelt and usually the No_Smoking comes up the same. Now make sure the wav sound files name matches the ones from the 737 pack, if they do not, simply right click on the ones on you pasted to you're desktop , and rename those files so they match. Then drag each file into the sound folder of the 737 pack, and you will be given the option to move and replace them. You should now have the correct sounds you want when you hit the switches.
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