Quiet Audio Fade
It's f.lux for your ears!
Quiet Audio Fade (affectionately known as Quiet AF) slowly reduces the volume on your computer over time, letting you find the quietest level that works.
Get the latest version on the releases page.
Quiet AF runs in the system tray like so:
Over time it slowly decreases your system volume bit by bit. Eventually you'll notice the sound is a tad too low and you'll increase the volume, which will disable Quiet AF and leave your volume at the perfect level - not too loud, not too quiet!
There are FOUR things you can do in the app:
- <ACTIVE | PAUSED> [Volume] - Displays if Quiet AF is currently enabled and what the current volume is. Click to enable/disable Quiet AF. Quiet AF is also disabled whenever you change the volume manually.
- Speed [Interval] - How much time passes between each decrease in volume. Higher intervals mean a longer, more subtle decrease. Click to cycle through interval lengths.
- About - Links to this page.
- Quit - Exits Quiet AF.
The particularities of building on any system are driven by the dependency on systray. Follow the steps there to build successfully. Note that you may need to switch
media/icon_mono.png to another image, as different operating systems have different requirements for such images.
- systray for using the system tray.
- volume-go for getting and setting the volume.
- browser for directing users here.
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