use-revolution Digest, Vol 14, Issue 66

Frank D. Engel, Jr. fde101 at
Fri Nov 26 10:44:57 EST 2004

Ah, so that works for you, good.  I was getting concerned because of 
the other post.

The "set volume" command is part of the "Standard Additions" scripting 
additions library installed with every OS X system (and older versions 
as well, I think).  You can open the dictionary within the Script 
Editor.  There is lots of info in there, many commands to play with.  
For example, instead of "input" volume, you can also specify "output" 
or "alert" volume, each of these also runs from 0 to 100.  There is 
also an "output muted" option to mute the speakers:

set volume with output muted
set volume without output muted

"set volume" is listed under "Miscellaneous Commands" -> "Commands" in 
the dictionary.

On Nov 25, 2004, at 3:36 PM, Ken Norris wrote:

> Hi Frank,
> On Nov 25, 2004, at 1:44 AM, use-revolution-request at 
> wrote:
>> Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2004 17:04:03 -0500
>> From: "Frank D. Engel, Jr." <fde101 at>
>> Subject: Re: audio input level
>> do "set volume input volume 100" as AppleScript
> Works....thank you so much.
> How did you know 100 is the maximum level? Where is that info?
> TIA,
> Ken N.
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Frank D. Engel, Jr.  <fde101 at>

$ ln -s /usr/share/kjvbible /usr/manual
$ true | cat /usr/manual | grep "John 3:16"
John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten 
Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have 
everlasting life.

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