Re: volume mixer moved
it can if there are too many icons showing in the systray. windows will move the excess icons to a over flow area in a sub menu.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
if you open the notification sheveron and open customize you can choose which icons you want to show or be hidden.
From: Rob Whyte
Sent: Friday, November 02, 2018 12:44 AM
Subject: Re: volume mixer moved
I see no reason why a JAWS install would affect that.
However, sndvol will launch the volume control, you should be able to pin it to your start menu or where ever you wish.
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Sent: Friday, 2 November 2018 4:34 PM
Subject: volume mixer moved
Good evening list, Marv here. After installing jaw2019, my volume mixer flew south; meaning I get no context menu under system tray icon for speakers. I had to type in the search box adjust system volume before I was taken to volume mixer. If anyone knows how to create a shortcut to this item, I would appreciate hearing about it.
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