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    Keyboard shortcut for mute/unmute

    Now that the context menu has a mute/unmute option, could you add a keyboard shortcut for this function?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdc View Post
    Now that the context menu has a mute/unmute option, could you add a keyboard shortcut for this function?
    NextPVR does not have a volume function. Changing the volume when using NextPVR is being done by changing the volume in Windows. What device do you use to change volume? Does the device have a mute button?

    The Internet is awash with people asking about mute in Windows ... there are options
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    I am using the NextPVR client, and it has an entry in the context menu: "Mute" (and "Unmute" when muted). I'm still new to NextPVR, but to me it looks like NextPVR is controlling the volume. If the mute/unmute function is there, why not allow a keyboard shortcut?

    Granted there are options for Windows, but I was hoping for a single key that I can press while watching... Hmm, I suppose I could remap a mouse button...

    To answer your question I am using a PC speaker setup that has no remote or mute function.

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    Yeah, there is a mute/unmute function. There isn't currently a keyboard shortcut, but I'll try to add one.

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    if it has a volume it will have a mute function..does the volume slider show up in tray? mute is at bottom..
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