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I recently noticed that when I'm playing any game and I accidentally touch the trackball it brings up the master volume and I'm trying to find the solution to just disable or put the command into another key configuration. Ive tried going to the slider menue and had no luck of turning off the option. Hopefully someone can help
319 downloadsBasically, this little program is full of features, but its main purpose is to lower (or mute) the volume after a time of idle and to bring it back when you move or press anything. Any suggestions? Let me know. Some features. Set the volume to a percent of the current volume after an amount of time (This is the default). Just mute the audio after an amount of time (Works on XP) Force the volume to a certain percent at startup. Force the volume to a certain percent when going idle (A definable percent instead of a percent of current volume). Definable FadeOut delay and FadeIn delay. Full-fledged application launcher with working dir, delay and restart options. Exceptions. You specify the exe file(s) you want. If one of them is active, it will not go idle. Volume per program. has the ability to change the volume to a certain percent if a process (program) is running. Splashscreen when idle. Shows some fancy graphics (optionally) that works like a screensaver when idle. Right click it in the traybar for a menu. A few more advanced options. Do not be alarmed by the number of options for it. Run it as it is to start with and then you can start fiddling with the settings.