I pinpointed a crash when closing SoundSwitch ; this should be resolved. This version also adds the changed notification icon, every time a device is Switched, SoundSwitch icon will change and take the device icon as systray. Beta
Changes since 3.9.6: Adding tooltip on the systray icon with the currently active device (configurable) A new setting to cycle through all the connected device instead of just the one you selected (in other words, when activated you don’t need… Continue Reading →
I’m really happy with this release because I’ve been able to play with Sound and .NET. I admit most of the work was done by the great NAudio library, but still, it was great to implement different type of notifications… Continue Reading →
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