GeekDude's Volume Script - Set per-application volume levels

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GeekDude
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GeekDude's Volume Script - Set per-application volume levels

30 Jul 2017, 19:02

Volume.ahk

I used this script back when I used Windows 7 as a main system (instead of as a virtual one) to manage my volume level.


Features:
  • Allows you to adjust the volume while keeping it muted.
  • Modifier keys to adjust in jumps of 10, or all the way to 100%/0% (Alt and Ctrl respectively)
  • Modifier key to adjust the volume of individual applications (Windows key)

Dependencies:

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RUNIE
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Joined: 03 May 2014, 14:50
GitHub: Run1e

Re: GeekDude's Volume Script - Set per-window volume levels

30 Jul 2017, 19:16

Looked for something similar, thanks for sharing :bravo:
GeekDude
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Re: GeekDude's Volume Script - Set per-application volume levels

06 Jan 2020, 18:11

New version! Updated to work better with multiprocess applications like Chrome and Firefox. It also calculates window position better now for display of the custom slider during per-application volume adjustment. See the download link in the OP for the new code and revision history.
godofOOF
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Re: GeekDude's Volume Script - Set per-application volume levels

10 Mar 2020, 15:47

Whats the VA thing how do i get it?
gregster
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Re: GeekDude's Volume Script - Set per-application volume levels

10 Mar 2020, 15:49

godofOOF wrote:
10 Mar 2020, 15:47
Whats the VA thing how do i get it?
GeekDude wrote:
30 Jul 2017, 19:02
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GeekDude
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Re: GeekDude's Volume Script - Set per-application volume levels

14 Oct 2020, 21:34

Is this every UWP app, or just some of them? Do you have a specific example of an application that would be good to test with? I don't use an UWP apps other than the built in calculator.

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