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    Is there a simple way to implement a 3-way volume slider, one for front, one for rear, one for sub?

    I was looking through the options in the skin editor, and it doesnt seem to offer support for that.
    So Steve, how fast is your car?

    Oh, about 1800mhz.

  • #2
    Use the VOL+;Wave for each slider, wave can be any valid windows volume control slider name.

    To make it so one slider changes all 3 volumes use double pipes

    eg

    VOL+;Front||Use the VOL+;Rear||Use the VOL+;Centre

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Cruizer
      Use the VOL+;Wave for each slider, wave can be any valid windows volume control slider name.

      To make it so one slider changes all 3 volumes use double pipes

      eg

      VOL+;Front||Use the VOL+;Rear||Use the VOL+;Centre
      Thanks!
      So Steve, how fast is your car?

      Oh, about 1800mhz.

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      • #4
        I am using an audigy2 nx sound card. How do I figure out what the control slider name is for certain controls within the soundblaster settings.

        I have the same setup with front / rear / sub that I want to control individually. I can do this with the soundblaster software, but not sure how to control those sliders with RR commands.

        Thanks for any help.

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        • #5
          I know... that would be great cuz most ppl have sound blaster cards. Unfortunately, sound blaster software doesn't like to embed and the "Surround Mixer" app doesn't have any hot-keys to control it with. (bummer) Its a shame to spend all that money on a sound card only to find out that you can't fade.
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          • #6
            The audio line names, are exactly as they're listed in the WINDOWS MIXER... Start->All PRograms->Accessories->Entertainment->Volume control. Click Options->Properties and you'll see a list of ALL volume controls (Audio lines) you can use in RR.
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