Archive for the ‘Support’ Category

Windows 7 Compatibility Notes

11/06/2009
As more and more people are using Windows 7 this post will be updated with any significant problems (and resolutions) that are reported by users with this operating system. Sound Control v3.00+ (available soon) has been tested on Windows 7 and should greatly improve compatibility so it can therefore become a supported operating system. TICK is not officially supported or tested using the Windows 7 operating system yet. Sound Control (Up To v2.84 BETA) If you are planning on using this [...]
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Volume/Mute Not Supported Is Displayed Instead Of The Appropriate Mixer Controls

06/03/2009
If you use Windows Vista/7 or you are new to Sound Control please ensure you install Sound Control correctly by reading the Compatibility Notes and/or watching the How To Install Sound Control video. Links can be found to all these articles in the Related Posts section below. This informational message is displayed when it is reported by the sound card driver that either Volume or Mute/Select adjustment is not possible on a specific mixer. Sound Control displays all mixers where [...]
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List Of Winamp Compatible Players For Sound Control

29/12/2008
The media hot key functionality of Sound Control supports any Winamp compatible player and not just Winamp. A limited set of none Winamp compatible players are also supported see related posts section below. The applications listed below support at least a limited set of functionality which should result in at least the major Next/Previous/Stop/Pause/Play/Fast Forward/Rewind keys being functional. As each compatible player supports a different feature subset other media hot key [...]
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Windows Vista Compatibility Notes

02/08/2008
As more and more people are using Windows Vista (keep reading for Windows 7 compatibility in the Related Posts section) this post will be updated with any significant problems (and resolutions) that are reported by users with this operating system. This is not an exhaustive list and due to several fundamental changes in the Vista operating system it is expected that there may be issues especially with respect to volume adjustment and installation. Sound Control v3.00+ (available soon) has [...]
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What Is A BETA Release?

16/02/2007
Before a piece of software is made available to a wider audience software developers usually release a set of BETA releases that allow the potential audience of the application to provide feedback before the final release is made. This feedback usually includes details of parts of the application that do not function correctly on their specific hardware or details of changes they would like implemented.  BETA releases however by their nature usually contain problems, are feature incomplete [...]
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