I've altered per application volume settings for my applications. I want to reset every individual volume setting so that all apps use the global volume settings. How should I do that?
I've found a workaround that works but it's a bit hackish. I prefer a better solution but in the meantime try:
Set the global volume to maximum, move each individual application volume to maximum too. Then move the global volume down. It appears to be working. All application volume settings are now bound to the global setting.
I have to do this all-max -> reset all the time. I finally searched the net to see if there was some secret hot key or combo I was missing. Apparently not. :/
So I made an autoit script to do this more quickly than humanly possible :) I compiled it via tools->build and that way I can run the exe by searching in the start menu.
It causes all sliders to unmute and go to 50%.
Thanks to this autoit thread for info on moving slider controls.
I have been using ferrix's script for some time but I modified it to set all application volume sliders to to match the current master volume rather than setting them all to 50%. I also altered it so that it works on sliders with volumes set less than 3%.
Credit goes to ferrix for writing the original script.