Volumouse: Control System Settings via User-Defined Mouse Wheel Rules Share
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Volumouse is a system control application what lets you define wheel mouse rules to perform different tasks, such as control volume, increase/decrease brightness, and change transparency of desktop windows. By using your mouse scroller, you change volume settings for Default Playback, Default Recording, Speakers, Internal Aux Jack and Microphone, as well as adjust Windows Transparency and Screen Brightness. A total of 12 wheel mouse rules can be defined by choosing different keyboard keys, and conditions to activate the application. More on Volumouse after the jump.

The application lets you choose the Mixer Device, and define 12 different Wheel Mouse Rules. You can select the key or condition to activate the wheel controls, such as Alt key is down, Left mouse button is down, Ctrl+Shift are down, No Key is pressed, VLC Player is focused, The cursor is on screen edges etc. Each combination can then used to control a component and a different channel of the component, e.g., Left Channel, Right Channel, Mute/Unmute.

Volumouse Options

Whenever the predefined condition is met, a scroll bar will appear on your desktop that can be controlled by moving your mouse wheel up and down.

Volmouse Scroller

Click More to access the Advanced Rule Options of the application. It lets you adjust the Indicator Options, Rule Activation Options, Custom Key Combinations, Hot Keys etc.

Advanced Rule Options

Volumouse works on all versions of Windows.

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