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Yes that's true of course (I wrote this plugin and UDF after all ;) ), but it is worth noting that those two volume controls on XP *can* be discreet, it may depend on the sound drivers installed. So changing just one may not link the other, and manipulating both would be required to accomplish the desired effect.

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UPDATE: With the addition of the ObjCreateInterface function and enhanced COM functionality by trancexxx, these interfaces are now accessible directly in AutoIt. I've rewritten the plugin as a native

Yes that's true of course (I wrote this plugin and UDF after all ), but it is worth noting that those two volume controls on XP *can* be discreet, it may depend on the sound drivers installed. So cha

Hi

The autoit XP sound functions just set the level,do you know a way to read the wave master volume controls in XP?

I want to read in the current volume so that when I start a volume control it will be in the correct position.

I could do this with in windows 7 with your plugin.

Thanks

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i got the error:

D:??????????????????? ?????????? ?????? ????????test3_AudioEndpointVolume.au3 (520) : ==> Unknown function name.:

Local $oDevEnum = ObjCreateInterface($CLSID_MMDeviceEnumerator, $IID_IMMDeviceEnumerator, $tagIMMDeviceEnumerator)

Local $oDevEnum = ^ ERROR

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Upgrade your version of AutoIt.

yes, i did it and now it works!

but the new SciTE editor is not auto completing my words...

for example if i start to type "file...." so the editor doas not give me the list of Possible commands.

this:

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does not happen.

this is the reason why I did not update the version ..

in the old version it is working

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Just want to say "Thank You wraithdu!". Well done!

I needed something that would return the current Master Volume Mute Status, and your UDF is perfect. I was almost going to code it in (another scripting language that starts with "Auto" but shall remain nameless) because it has a built-in "SoundGet, master_mute" function. You have saved me from having to deal with the Devil.

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