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Browser window specific audio output

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  • Started 3 years ago by TheBeard
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TheBeard
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So I am wondering if anyone has figured out how to only allow audio output from the current active window or tab ( preferably Google Chrome). I'm not sure if it would be easier to mute the others, if its a script that needs to be running or I just havent found the extension for it.

Thanks!

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Lighthouse
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Not sure, but maybe through the Volume mixer.

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