Unmute with scroll wheel
Hi. Please put an option. More difficult to open with the middle button. Thanks.
I think it can be marked as completed now.
But incomplete :)
My wonder reason: Why are you not doing. Put to the settings menu. Occupy space on the main menu.
ok, well I've said all I can say. I can't do anything more. I think it would be a huge improvement to UI, but I'm only one person (or one of a few who have voted here...)
I understand, and know that a feature can often appear simple to the end-user ('oh it's just a command to make volume 0%, easy!') but that on the inside it can be a very different picture...
Apreciate the improvement you made. it does help...
That requires to change the way volume control works. It's a separate process, so it's not a trivial task, and, if you ask me, doesn't really worth it.
Hi RaMMicHaeL. I'm so sorry for the bad comments. Button does not have to be(only problem is it? I do not know)
With the configuration file can be? Very thanks. Again sorry.
I am writing for the last time. Already I could die in the army
It's definitely a big improvement! I really appreciate it, thank you! it at least saves us from having to middle click all the way over at the volume icon - a definite time saver!
But: I did some more thinking, & I think I've thought of an ultimate solution that incorporates both scrolling from mute directly on the taskbar, and also not causing the problem of waking up sleeping son in the same room :).
NORMALLY, when once mutes/unmutes the volume, the slider just stays at the same position - like 58% or something. Hence, causing the sudden loudness problem upon unmute.
So what about - as an option one could tick:
If currently muted, when the user scrolls up on the taskbar, the first thing that happens is the volume is set to 0% (well unmute first if you have to, but volume to 0% the very first milisecond that you can - hopefully it's just one system command to set it straight to 0%, to avoid perhaps a split-second of loud noise). Then they can just keep scrolling up to the volume they want! So no more waking up son - 'accidentally unmuting' is no longer an issue - at worst, you only set the volume to 0% or 1% which is very harmless! in my observance, I never accidentally scroll on the taskbar anyway :).
And then, the other half of this feature request, is that one can also scroll BACK TO MUTE (remember I said, some youtbe videos are such that in certain browsers, you can still hear them a bit in your headphones even if volume is 0% -you have to fully mute it to have peace of mind). So this would mean that when scrolling down on the taskbar, once vol reaches 0%, after more scrolling, then send a command to mute (and stay on mute no matter how much longer one scrolls down for).
And then I suppose, at the beginning of this idea - when scrolling from mut eposition - if one first scrolls DOWN on the taskbar, it should just stay on mute - or, go to 0% at first but upon the second scroll event (like if they keep scrolling down, deliberately), simply go back down to mute.
So I think this is a brilliant idea. the option could be named something like 'seamless volume scrolling from mute'. (or 'silent' scrolling from mute...)
Could you try it, and see how it performs and behaves? I really think it's a smooth solution that satisfies both parties - and an improvement even on the first version of 7TT - as more often than not, I'd prefer unmuting in windows to be smooth (from silent or a softer volume), rather than....BLEUHHHHH sudden sound anyway, hehe.
Since v3.4.2 it works this way:
If the volume is muted, the slider shows up, but you cannot change the volume (i.e. unmute) until the mouse leaves the taskbar.
This way it’s easy to unmute with scrolling, but difficult to do it accidentally.
I still think it is unnecessary features. Infinite respect for the developer. I'm angry for people who want.
He said my child is sleeping man, broke this feature. The first version was good.
With respect towards the developer, maybe respect will come to this user request.
Please bear that in mind... :)
Will not make RaMMicHaeL. is considered more absurd requests(unfortunately).
Example absurd requests:
Drag to reorder
Left click on the active thumbnail minimizes the window
Open last window if inactive, otherwise open thumbnail preview
But still I pray every day for this property: Reserve empty space on taskbar
I hope the future does not remove this feature of
I add my respectful and equally determined voice to yours, Faith_BaKeR!
This would be a major UI improvement to windows IMHO! I know that adding extra options, options, options is not something you may want RaMMicHaeL but in this case I think it would be worth it :D.
You see, so many people use headphones as their main or indeed only method of listening on the laptop. so it wouldn't wake others up in all those scenarios.
Oh: in addition: one great idea maybe: not only unmute by scrolling up, but also, option to MUTE once you reach the bottom. You know on my laptop, even at mute, with certain loud youtube videos sound still comes out! so mute should just be considered the bottom of the scrolling scale, tbh.
Please RaMMicHaeL ....do it for your users <3.
I will not give up.
Already a very sensitive volume adjustment. Suddenly he does not much sound.
If you have a sleeping, music should not be opened. What sound is opened accidentally.
I also think it is a good idea. No place in the menu? Why did you not like?
Hi. Please do not forget to do.
Good menu: http://i.imgur.com/WMkmP.jpg
There will be great to be such a option like in the pic.
Example menu: http://i.imgur.com/WMkmP.jpg
I wanted to feature, someone else broke my request.
I mean. Should be two options. Middle-click and scroll wheel. I use the second option. Sleepers selects the first option from the menu.
With "unmute by scrolling" it's very easy to accidentally turn on the volume when you don't want to, e.g. when somebody sleeps.
I don't think it deserves an option, as it's pretty easy to just middle click the sndvol icon (isn't it?).