In spoken French, do Conditionnel Passé and Le Futur Antérieur sound noticeable different? It seems like it would be confusing.
If I have understood your question correctly this will happen only in the first person as the auxiliary verb will have an -s ( conditionnel) or no -s in the futur.
j'aurai vu ( I will have seen ) ----> j'aurais vu ( I would have seen)
je serai parti ( I will have left) ---> je serais parti ( I would have left )
but from the context, you will know which tense it is.
Hope this helps!
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