A simple correction of a crash when using the Custom Sound and the banner. This is now corrected. Also I’m working on rewriting the inside of the program that takes care of the Switching. I’m going to base most of… Continue Reading →
Thank to @patgrosse for improving the systray Icon. Now the Icon will reflect directly which device is the default one. I also took the time to add a little bit of dynamism when changing the “Keep Systray Icon setting”, when… Continue Reading →
In the previous release, I added the possibility to keep the default SoundSwitch systray icon when the default audio device change. In the same time, I introduced a bug (#131) rendering the usage of the left click menu on said… Continue Reading →
I was basically born with a computer; I've been dabbling with computers since I was six years old. I love technology and do my best to share all that I learn in this blog. Here, you'll find posts about the tech I use, or have used, and the various projects I work on. It'll always be related to technology in some way or another. Read More…
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