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Windows 7: 3RVX Volume display and controller.

27 Feb 2010   #1
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3RVX Volume display and controller.

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3RVX is a skinnable volume display and controller. It shows your sound volume level with its on-screen display (OSD) and also allows you to control the volume via a skinnable slider or custom hotkeys. Supports drive eject notification, mouse hotkeys, and a wide range of customization options.
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28 Feb 2010   #2
Prisoner

Windows 8 Pro 64-bit
 
 

I was about to post this yesterday. Lol.
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29 Jul 2011   #3
EUFolk

win7
 
 

Here is one more: Александр (разработчик) - Volume2 it is in Russian but below the image is link to google.code Also you can try Volumouse - control the sound volume with a wheel mouse
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28 Sep 2011   #4
zdoe

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

3rvx is the most commonly crashing program on my win7-64. usually it crashes when starting applications that attempt to control the audio in some way - media players and the like. no clear pattern, though.

anybody else seen this?

would an xp-compatibility mode help, perhaps?

volume2, the russian one that euFolk mentions above seems pretty good - so far no crashes, very customizable...
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