Thanks! I'll take a look.
On another topic, I have an idea for a new Stardock app. If you guys don't develop this soon, I will beat you to market!
Here it is: an Audio Manager that redirects system and/or application audio to various playback devices.
The standard Windows interfaces for audio management (Settings > System > Sound) and (Control Panel > Sound) are not only disparate and unintuitive, but they are also severely limited.
For example, if I'm using a headset with integrated microphone (everyone in the world that's working from home these days is doing this) I need certain sounds to be directed to the headset, and other sounds directed to my speakers. There is NO Windows-provided interface that enables me to specify which sounds get directed where.
One important use case scenario is when I TAKE OFF the headphones but am still working at my desk. My Outlook calendar (and/or other apps) are configured to provide alert sounds that are NOT heard because I've temporarily laid my headset on the desk. This results in missed meetings and missed scheduled events.
Additionally, if I have a particular sound for a System event, or simple alarm for some other purpose, I cannot direct that sound to my speakers when I'm using the headphones as my primary playback device (as everyone who works from home is doing).
So the request is for a separate interface for managing specific sounds, based on source and/or the type of the sound itself. The interface needs to be simple and intuitive, yet have some advanced features like the ability schedule multiple sound events of various kinds throughout the day, and also combine features of the two Windows-based interfaces mentioned above for comprehensive audio management.
This app would be consistent with other Stardock offerings that improve the Windows 10 interface.