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Disabling Process system media key events doesn't disable media keys

Hi!

I am trying to get Spotify to run through the foobar2000 DSP chain, which I have succeeded in. The only problem that I'm having is that when I disable the media keys under Advanced -> Tools -> Tools
foobar still reacts to the media keys being pressed (as will Spotify do)

I am trying to disable the keys for Spotify only.

 

Re: Disabling Process system media key events doesn't disable media keys

Reply #1
Clarification, I am trying to disable the keys for foobar2000 so that Spotify only uses them.

Re: Disabling Process system media key events doesn't disable media keys

Reply #2
I was hoping this setting would solve my issue (It's basically the same thing - don't want foobar to respond to media keys unless focused on the window itself), but it doesn't.

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Reply #3
Seems that if "Integrate with Windows 10 Universal Volume Control" setting under Preferenced -> Advanced -> Display is enabled the media keys are processed regardless of the setting you changed.

Re: Disabling Process system media key events doesn't disable media keys

Reply #4
Seems that if "Integrate with Windows 10 Universal Volume Control" setting under Preferenced -> Advanced -> Display is enabled the media keys are processed regardless of the setting you changed.
That does seem to be the case! Thank you!

 
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