#1
How would I go about lowering or muting the volume of a certain program on my computer if there isn't an option in the menu of that program? I looked in the toolbar and the options, everything, and I couldn't find any options for the volume. It's for a Gameboy emulator if that helps. I want to mute the volume on there because I want to listen to music at the same time and I don't want to hear the Pokemon music at the same time.
#2
uh I use a GBA emulator and there IS a sound option not in the game but in the actual emulator program
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#3
they usually have a confiq option or something for audio/sound, video, paths, saves, addons...etc...you should be able to open the sound config and just disable the sound
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#6
Quote by metaldud536
The hell's wrong with you? You listen to that sh*t and you listen to it good.


that was the best thing ive heard all day
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#7
Quote by metaldud536
The hell's wrong with you? You listen to that sh*t and you listen to it good.


That was the funniest thing i haveread all day, well done
#8
Quote by metaldud536
The hell's wrong with you? You listen to that sh*t and you listen to it good.


I do, but not all the time.

But really, there's no option for audio on there..
#9
If you use windows vista (sad..i know...) you left click the sound icon on your right-bottom place, you open the volume mixer and mute the emulator. I don't know about other OS
#11
Quote by metalderek
No bueno. It's Windows XP. =/


Do you use visual boy advance? IF not.. theres your problem
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