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Posted: Fri, Jul 29, 2011 - 07:19:52

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Posted: Thu, Jul 21, 2011 - 06:09:42

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Very handy application the Vista Shutdown Timer, I use it all the time ^^

Thanks

Posted: Wed, Jun 29, 2011 - 12:12:34

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Hi,
I just tried the ClipSave for the Total Commander. It Works very good!!

My question: Is it possible to use it also with the Windows-Context menu?

Cheers
HU

Posted: Tue, Jun 28, 2011 - 05:32:17

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Posted: Sun, Jun 26, 2011 - 19:45:12

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Smartes Progrämmchen, dieser Shutdown Timer - happy THX!

Posted: Wed, Jun 22, 2011 - 19:23:09

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This is best shutdown timer in the world. Please make it for windows 7 as well. Thank you

Posted: Sun, Jun 12, 2011 - 09:44:44

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I love this program, good, very, very good!!!

Posted: Thu, May 26, 2011 - 04:44:27

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This is a Great Software it works very well on Windows 7
Vista Shutdown Timer has a simple and easy to understand dsign
Thank you for a fine work

Posted: Sun, Mar 27, 2011 - 00:06:21

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Thanks for this great and very useful program!
Keep it forever freeware!

Posted: Sun, Mar 20, 2011 - 18:46:27

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Thank you this freeware helps a lot, saving energy and my computer

Posted: Wed, Mar 16, 2011 - 22:15:06

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Hi!

Super Tool! Aber was mir fehlt: SEKUNDEN bis zum Ausschalten usw. Also ein Countdown auf zB 10 Sekunden, dann die gewünschte Aktion.

Ich hatte unter XP immer 3 Verknüpfungen zu psshutdown auf dem Desktop: Neustarten, Ruhezustand, Ausschalten. Einfach der Faulheit halber! Damit ich das aber nicht ausversehen anklicke, war der Timer immer 5 Sekunden. Hat gereicht, bei Fehlklick doch noch abbrechen zu können!

Wenn Sekunden auch möglich wären, wäre das Tool perfekt!

Posted: Thu, Mar 3, 2011 - 09:03:39

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Klasse Tool, der Shutdowntimer. Den nutze ich schon länger. Das Einzige, das bei mir nicht funktioniert ist das öffnen der Homepage über das Programm. Da will er mir immer eine Textdatei mit dem Namen der URL erstellen, statt die Seite im Standardbrowser zu öffnen. Version ist 1.8.3a und meine OS Win7 64bit

Posted: Sat, Feb 26, 2011 - 17:53:25

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I really like the Shutdown Timer!

There is one feature I would be happy about: the OSD of the countdown timer should be shown all the time or after a defined time before shutdown.

eg: 'Ox' - x is 5-8, show CountDown all the time

or 'Zxx' - xx minutes before shutdown, show countdown all the time xx minutes before shutdown

I use the program to remind myself to go to bed and then put the pc to sleep mode. the programm gets started with the windows task planner.

Posted: Tue, Feb 22, 2011 - 19:38:42

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Thank you

Posted: Sat, Feb 19, 2011 - 16:32:18

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Hi,

irgendwie ist bei dem Quick Audio Switchter nen Bug vorhanden ...
Wenn ich auf mein Headset per QAS klick nimmt er eine ganz andere Soundkarte an.

Sonst eine super Idee, klappt aber leider bei mir nicht

Posted: Wed, Feb 2, 2011 - 07:10:03

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Hi,great works! Thanks for your effort!

Posted: Tue, Feb 1, 2011 - 15:38:28

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Möchte Dir nun auch mal meinen Dank aussprechen. Nutze den Timer jetzt schon seit Jahren und nun auch erfolgreich unter Win 7 x64. Bei mir kommt er als reiner Sleeptimer zum Einsatz, da ich abends öfters Musik höre und meist irgendwann einschlafe...

Mach' weiter so!

Posted: Sat, Jan 29, 2011 - 03:13:02

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Awsome Programm thx for the Programmer work! Hope there will be a version extra for Win7!!

Posted: Sun, Jan 9, 2011 - 20:08:35

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Hey! Last post is about my problem too! :]

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

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