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Is it possible to control the volume of a computer with an input box?

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Klovis,

It most certainly is - try searching the forum for "volume" and you get many threads discussing how to adjust the volume. All you need to do then is use the returned value from the InputBox as a parameter. :)

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Is it possible to control the volume of a computer with an input box?

Yeah I think it is, though on scale of 1 - 100

Try this (top of head no testing)

$InputSetData = GUICtrlSetData($Input1)

in the While 1

SetSoundWaveVolume($InputSetData)
Edited by TomDuDolan

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Yeah I think it is, though on scale of 1 - 100

Try this (top of head no testing)

$InputSetData = GUICtrlSetData($Input1)

in the While 1

SetSoundWaveVolume($InputSetData)

eemm i think you miss something.... get insted of set

$InputGetData = GUICtrlGetData($Input1)

in the While 1

SetSoundWaveVolume($InputSetData)

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