Quote: Originally Posted by Ztruker
So you mute the main volume. That sounds like what you said you wanted to do originally, using FireFox as your example. It what do what you wanted, wouldn't it?
No, I don't believe that was what he was looking for. He wanted to only mute firefox while not having to mute everything else.
I'm looking for the same thing. I'd like to be able to listen to iTunes while opening flash videos in firefox (so that those videos can buffer) without the videos' sounds clashing with the music (before I can pause the videos, that is). Or play flash games while listening to iTunes without having the games' sounds conflicting with the music.
The Volume Mixer does this, which I've pinned to the taskbar, but this takes up valuable real estate and requires two mouse clicks. Ideally I'd like a shortcut that directly mutes firefox which I could trigger with a keystroke or incorporate into an AutoHotkey script.