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less volume control in foobar with columns UI

post #1 of 3
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I'm used to set my volume by going over foobar's volume toolbar and scroll(MOUSE3). by default it's a 1db increment and I find it great to fine tune volume instead of moving the volume slider itself.

 adding columns UI (I need it for other components) is now limiting the volume to 6 steps from zero to max when I turn the mouse wheel.

 

so my problem is that it does not follow what I set in preferences->advanced->playback->volume step. and simply going back to default UI gives me back my 1db volume increment (or whatever I set).

 

is there and easy way to get it to work like I want with a lot more steps?

 

thank you.

post #2 of 3

I've always been of the school of thought to leave your player's music at 100%, and preferably your computer at 80-100% as well so you shouldn't be messing with the volume anyways. (imo)

post #3 of 3
Thread Starter 

sure but I'm a lazy dude and will always sacrifice sound for convenience ^_^. I oversample to 24bit to alleviate my guilty conscience but I can't say I really heard any difference.

 

 

 

edit: I just though about trying with shortcuts and it works great with loads of steps. so my problem has been "circumvented" \o/

still if you guys have an idea to solve my original question, I'll gladly use it.


Edited by castleofargh - 12/27/13 at 4:18pm
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