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Option for Minimizing/Start-up in system tray | PC

I love this aplication as it allows me to route my system audio through it. I've set it to start up when I start windows; It's essential to my workflow

But I'd just love an option to have it running in my system tray.
Simalar to that of: "Skype, Steam, Gpu Tweak, ect."

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    James Freeman shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • rominou commented  · 

        The big thing with LP is its stability, very appreciated for live sound application.
        All cosmetic windows type adds are not a good idea ;)

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        @Nikolai Bergstrøm: I understand the functionality is crafted by focusing on what the program is designed to do but what's in it for us who wanna use it for both purposes ? wouldn't hurt to add a feature and expand the usability as well as customer base.

        Thank you for the reaction though.

      • AdminNikolai Bergstrøm (Developer, LiveProfessor) commented  · 

        @Anonymous
        Hi
        To the core users of LiveProfessor, this is not a much wanted feature (as seen by votes here) I do see that when using the app to improve internal audio on you pc this would be a required feature. Using the app as a "sound optimizer" for system sounds is not what the program was designed to do, actually it is more common to run it full screen on a dedicated computer/server

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        @James Freeman contact me and I will guide you how you can start it up with the windows and run in as a background process or from system tray.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I'm clueless why the devs can't think of something so important and simple to implement themselves and need us to give them feedback and make requests for basic things like this.

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