Bas said:True, but I'd still find it cluttered. I find the previews to be smallish as it is, now that they have to make room for the close button and extra controls as well. Mainly though, I still say that I just don't use per-application volume controls that often. Previews, sure. Media Player controls (and such), definitely. Volume? I don't know. For stuff that already controls its own volume (like media players) it'd make sense, but I rarely feel a need to tone down Word's volume and turn Steam up to eleven, for instance.brian.shapiro said:*snip*
(And yeah, I know that Word doesn't make sounds and thus doesn't show up in the volume mixer, but you know what I mean.)
Aside from media player, I often also have games running in the background, and want to temporarily shut off their volume to watch a video on the Internet.