I've been using SoundSource to do this for a while. I'm wondering if there are any reasons I should prefer one of these programs over the other.
This functionality is out-of-the-box in Snow Leopard.Simply option-click the volume icon.
@Bytesmiths: Is it still available? The dev has moved to a new site not yet complete, but AIOc isn't among his future apps.
@Longboy, not sure what you mean, or perhaps you put the wrong person in your reply.Simply option-click the little speaker in the menu bar of any Mac since Snow Leopard, and you'll get a menu of sound sources to select from.I was searching for such a thing, and the discovered it came from Apple! So I suspect the developer has ceased working on it, since it now comes with every copy of Mac OS.
@Bytesmiths: Thanks! Don't know WTF I was thinking about. Sorry!:-(
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