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Posted: Sun, Jan 9, 2011 - 20:06:44

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Hi! Great program! But I've found some bugs:
1. If midi-channel muted via built-in mixer, after saving in mutes also wave-channel.
2. Line-in channel can't be muted. After setting it off and saving, it appears on again.
Anyway, thanks for soft. Good luck!

Posted: Fri, Dec 31, 2010 - 20:22:13

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Congrats on Quick Sound Switch, it's a great tool, awsome really! Because I didn't find another way to get in touch just about the same odd behaviour mentioned by someone else, which is that, and this is a personal experience, my sound cards speaker volume (stereo mix) is set to '0' at startup/shutdown. At startup it always mutes the speaker even if you didn't enable startup volume resetting in the first place. It behaves the same with shutdown volume reset enabled, it doesn't take in account your volume settings. In "Device", The Multi Volume Meter's speaker volume setting is always set to '0' when you slide the bar the stereo mix is muted. But it accuratly detects the current volume setting. In "Settings", in The Multi Volume Meter for volume reset, when Midi is muted, afer saving you return to the panel and Wave has also been muted automatically. Wave cannot be muted without Midi associated. Microphone and LineIn seem to behave in a strange manner also, some times LineIn got mute checked even after unchecked and saved again and again, it associated somehow with Speaker mute setting. "ShutdownVolume" and "StartupVolume" variables in registry key HKCU\Software\VB and VBA Program Settings\Soundcard Quick Switch\Volume_[SOUND_CARD_DEVICE_NAME] are always '0', tweaking them doesn't seem to have any effect, but I don't even know what are they for, so I'm speculating.
I have WinXP SP3 and my devices are the following:
- kX Wave SB0229 10k1 [ef00] 0/1;
- Realtek HD Audio output.
First one is a Sound Blaster Live! 5.1 with kX Driver, second is an onboard generic Realtek HD 5.1. Because at least one more person described the same problem I may (or not) rule out system or hardware configuration. Even experiencing what I mentioned above, QSS is, nonetheless, a great piece of software. If it is a generalized matter I just hope it gets patched soon. This tool really improved a lot the way I did sound switching, which was slow! Sorry for leaving this on your guest book, doesn't seem very nice but in fact I liked this tool so much that I fell compeled to try to help. By the way, Happy New Year!

Posted: Tue, Dec 28, 2010 - 09:58:09

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Hi, I really do love your QuickSoundSwitch application. I am just encountering one strange problem: every time I start QSS, it sets my default sound card (Logitech z5500 5.1 speakers) to 0% volume, no matter what settings I choose. I have tried "reset volume of this card" (set to various different volume levels) as well as turning off that option altogether. However, if the last used sound card was my headset, it does not reset the volume. After loading and resetting the volume manually, switching between my sound cards does not cause this problem.

I use the speakers as my default sound card, and it is a big inconvenience to reset my volume every time I load QSS. What could be the problem? Could it be related to the fact that I get an Run-Time Error 53 (file not found) when going to Right Click->"Audio Mixer ..." ->"Mixer"? I run WinXP X64. Thanks.

Posted: Sun, Dec 26, 2010 - 04:08:00

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Started using Skype today and was disappointed that, when I plugged in my USB headset, the PC's speakers would stop. Somehow, QuickSoundSwitch keeps my PC speakers going while my USb headset works for Skype. Great!
BUT ... how did I do this? And how do I set the Settings so that this is automatically replicated when I reboot my PC?
PLEASE PLEASE write a complete set of instructions. This is a great product but its setting are a great mystery. Thanks.
glnz

Posted: Mon, Dec 20, 2010 - 15:21:02

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Tolles Programm. Nutze es regelmäßig. Schöne wäre es, wenn sich das Programm den zuletzt eingestellten Wert für den Shutdown merken würde. Ich stelle meist 25 min statt 60 min ein.

Gruß
Martin


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Hallo Martin,
da der Timer ohne Ini oder Registry auskommt geht dies leider nicht. Du kannst ihn aber mit dem Parameter M25 starten, dann sind 25 Minuten eingestellt.

Gruß
Flo

Posted: Mon, Dec 20, 2010 - 13:38:07

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Love the shutdown timer. Any chance you can add a parameter that points to a .bat file that you run just before you trigger the shutdown. Would make Vista life so much easier!! Cheers.


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Hi,
this is a good idea.
I created a new beta-version 1.8.5 which has this new File-parameter.

You may download it from the main-page http://www.vistashutdowntimer.toflo.de

The new parameter is [file= ...]

Example:
VistaShutdownTimer.exe [File=C:\DoSomething.bat]

Notice that the "[File=" and "]" are important!
There is also a button in the shortcut-wizzard.

Flo

Posted: Thu, Dec 9, 2010 - 23:52:50

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thanks. this is really handy.

Posted: Mon, Nov 29, 2010 - 14:28:05

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Hi,

Good program, works fine with Windows 7 64bit.
Is it possible to add a timer setting in seconds.

Zeer goed programma, het werkt met Windows7 64bit.
Kan je een timer instelling toevoegen met seconden?
Bedankt

Posted: Sat, Nov 20, 2010 - 13:23:03

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Hey, many thanks for this one, i am very happy how it works

just one small feature i'd like: having double-clicked in the system tray, after that i'd like to minimize to system tray again - not get a question if i really want to shutdown! but anyways, besides that all good.

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Hi,
I'm not sure what you mean. To minimize back to the tray, just double-click anywere on the Background!?
If you want to get rid of confirmation boxes start the program with parameter "Y".
-> "Vistashutdowntimer.exe Y"
..but I guess thats not your problem right?

Flo


Posted: Wed, Nov 17, 2010 - 11:06:12

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GREAT TOOL: it is such a gain. Just imagine yourself: I am working as volunteer giving simple English lesson to children. They are waiting and MY SOUND DOESN'T WORK.

SO THANKS: it one of those 'pearles' on the internet!!

Posted: Sun, Nov 14, 2010 - 02:45:56

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Program rocks

But there is a bug:
If I start QSS, my microfone gets enabled in the sound-output so I can hear myself.
Hope you can fix it!
(Win XP SP3, 32-Bit)

Keep up the good work!

Posted: Tue, Nov 9, 2010 - 04:38:30

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i FORGET one thing! Its works on windows 7 64 bits edition.


Posted: Tue, Nov 9, 2010 - 04:37:08

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Congratz for the great program! It's realy shut down system on programed time!

It's clear! No virus!

"Avast" anti-virus searching.

0 VIRUS FOUND!

Posted: Tue, Nov 9, 2010 - 00:58:14

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geht meiner Meinung nach überhaupt nicht denn wenn der Rechner aus ist, ist er aus und im Bios sollte man nicht einfach so rumschreiben.
Wenn Dein Bios die Funktion:
Wake on Lan auf enabled stellen
und es gibt verschiedene Wlan router, die ein erwecken des pcs unterstützen google mal

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Tja wenn du dem Rechner den Strom ganz abdrehst (z.B. per Steckerleiste) geht es natürlich nicht (auch kein WakeUp on LAN).

Ich schreibe auch nicht "im BIOS rum" sondern benutze eine Windows-Funktion dazu. Diese greift aber auf die Wake-Up Funktion im BIOS zu (Dort kannst auch händisch eine Zeit einstellen zu der der PC aufwachen soll). Das hat nichts mit Wakeup on LAN zu tun!

Gruß
Flo

Posted: Tue, Nov 9, 2010 - 00:51:07

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ich dachte, es wäre das beste freeware tool leider mußte ich durch mehrere Virenscannern feststellen, das es sich um einen Trojaner handelt:
http://www.kaspersky.com/de/virusscanner
Zu überprüfende Datei: VISTA-SHUTDOWNTIMER.EXE - Infiziert
VISTA-SHUTDOWNTIMER.EXE Infiziert: Trojan.Win32.Vilsel.uxh


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der 100te falsche Alarm dieses Jahr (gefühlt)

Posted: Sun, Nov 7, 2010 - 03:45:56

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Thanks, the shutdown program is very handy. Jawohl!

Posted: Wed, Nov 3, 2010 - 22:36:49

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I don't see any point in a program that runs it's intallation .exe every time I start my computer

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Use the integrated Shortcut-Wizzard and put the created Shortcut into your Startup.


Posted: Sat, Oct 30, 2010 - 05:57:55

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re: Quick Sound Switch

Excellent work ! Now this will either be irrelevant, or a challenge to you.
example: sb live 5.1 & realtek alc888 onboard audio. alc888 uses microsoft syth, sb uses uses sb synth A. Gotta switch them when selecting audio device. Ditto sound recording, voice playback, and voice recording. The device switched out must be dissabled in hardware list or the computer is running both devices. Just a thought from a detail
freak.
Sincerely Fritz

Posted: Fri, Oct 29, 2010 - 10:41:05

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Just what I was looking for. thanks!

+1 on being able to use other hotkeys than F1-F12. Dont have thoose on my Cideko air keyboard.


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I'm not developing the QQS anymore. Since I switched to Windows 7 I have not Windows-XP anymore. As soon as it is possible to use a method on Vista/7 I will keep on developing.

Sorry!
Flo

Posted: Fri, Oct 29, 2010 - 10:38:21

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+1

Posted: Tue, Oct 5, 2010 - 01:09:38

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Hey, just to let you know, QSS is very good! Saves the day!

Posted: Thu, Sep 23, 2010 - 20:19:54

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You have made great program (quick sound switch), just wish a small extra: to be able to map any hotkey combination for changing and not only ctrl+F1-F12..

Posted: Sun, Sep 12, 2010 - 09:26:56

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Ich finde es schade das beim update der parameter fehlt!

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Welcher Parameter?

Posted: Wed, Sep 8, 2010 - 14:07:21

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Gibt es eine Möglichkeit, um die vom Vista_shutdownTimer ins Bios eingetragenen Daten, im Nachhinein auszulesen. Der Grund: ich habe eine Batchdatei geschrieben, mit der via VLC-Player Fernsehsendungen über das Internet aufgezeichnet werden. Der VLC-player wird dann mit dem Timer rechtzeitig geweckt. Bisweilen ist es dann nötig - bei mehreren geplanten Sendungen - zu überprüfen, ob auch die richtige Weckzeit eingestellt ist.
Albinus


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Hallo,

die Weckzeit wird im CMOS der PC Uhr gesetzt (wenn ich richtig informiert bin).
Es muss Möglichkeiten geben dieses auszulesen, allerdings bietet die Schnittstelle die ich Benutze keine solche Möglichkeit.
Trivial dürfte es aber vermutlich nicht sein.

Wenn ich es herausfinde poste ich es hier.

Gruß
Flo

Posted: Mon, Aug 23, 2010 - 13:34:17

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Schönes Programm, hat schon einige Male Dienste geleistet auf meinem Rechner. Würde mich freuen wenn die nächste Version ein hochauflösendes Icon hätte...

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