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Thread: Bind RR Mute To Master+Wave At Same Time?

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    Maximum Bitrate LiquidKernel's Avatar
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    Bind RR Mute To Master+Wave At Same Time?

    It seems that my M10ks soundcard leaks when I have it muted using the master volume in Windows (which RR mutes by default). When I mute just the master or wave, I can still hear some music from the speakers. If I mute the master AND the wave at the same from the Windows mixer, it becomes silent.

    Is there a way to get RR to mute both the master and wave? I don't want to bind RR's volume control to all (versus just master), but only the mute function.

    Anyway to do this? Guino?

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    you can do.. "MUTE;Master||MUTE;Wave" on a button and that should work. Make sure one isnt muted first as it would toggle that off and the other on.

    CdR

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    Thanks CdR.. I'll try tomorrow morning! Thanks again.

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    Worked beautifully. Thank you so much CdR.

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