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On Windows Vista or later, SoundSet and SoundGet affect only the script itself (this may be resolved in a future version). There are at least two ways to work around this:
 
 
 
1) In the properties dialog for the file "AutoHotkey.exe" (or a compiled script), change the compatibility setting to "Windows XP".
 
 
 
2) Have the script send volume-control keystrokes to change the master volume for the entire system. For example:
 
 
 
Send {Volume_Up}  ; Raise the master volume by 1 interval (typically 5%).
 
Send {Volume_Down 3}  ; Lower the master volume by 3 intervals.
 
Send {Volume_Mute}  ; Mute/unmute the master volume.
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