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Mike Gorchak

Advanced settings in driver ...

Post by Mike Gorchak » Mon Apr 15, 2002 5:53 am

Hi !

I'm writting driver for some audio controller with non-AC'97 codec (like
SB16), so I have question:

In Mixer for photon exists dialog Advanced settings, and for my audio it is
empty (for i81x it's has Bass boost, ADC loopback, etc) , what mixer element
I need to create for support Advanced settings menu ... As I understood it
is must be a sw2 element or not only ?

BTW: Hotkey Ctrl-V in Mixer doesn't work, it must show Advanced option.

Thanks !

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audio_support

Re: Advanced settings in driver ...

Post by audio_support » Tue Apr 16, 2002 1:56 pm

Mike Gorchak <mike@malva.com.ua> wrote:
Hi !

I'm writting driver for some audio controller with non-AC'97 codec (like
SB16), so I have question:

In Mixer for photon exists dialog Advanced settings, and for my audio it is
empty (for i81x it's has Bass boost, ADC loopback, etc) , what mixer element
I need to create for support Advanced settings menu ... As I understood it
is must be a sw2 element or not only ?
The advance settings come from controls created with
"ado_mixer_switch_new" these have nothing in common with
mixer switch elements. Documentation for this call is
available in the current beta if it's not in your current
version.

Mike Gorchak

Re: Advanced settings in driver ...

Post by Mike Gorchak » Tue Apr 16, 2002 2:48 pm

I'm writting driver for some audio controller with non-AC'97 codec (like
SB16), so I have question:

In Mixer for photon exists dialog Advanced settings, and for my audio it
is
empty (for i81x it's has Bass boost, ADC loopback, etc) , what mixer
element
I need to create for support Advanced settings menu ... As I understood
it
is must be a sw2 element or not only ?

The advance settings come from controls created with
"ado_mixer_switch_new" these have nothing in common with
mixer switch elements. Documentation for this call is
available in the current beta if it's not in your current
version.
Thanks ! I have found the "ado_mixer_switch_new" description.

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