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[SOLVED] Loudspeaker, Headset changer

Also I want to change my sound In-game from my Loudspeakers to my Headset and back via Hotkey.
I hope this is possible and someone can Help me to make this Macro. Smile
Windows 8.1 x64 | Quick Macros v2.4.x.x
After searching the web I found a Tool to change my sound settings vie a desktop shourtcut but I would prefer a Hotkey over Quick Macros is there no way to make this possible? Cry
Windows 8.1 x64 | Quick Macros v2.4.x.x
Quick Macros does not have a function for it.
Are you sure there is no way while after digging a bit deeper in Google I found out any other Macro language can do something like that.
Here an Exemple from AutoHotkey: Link

My Sound Settings:
[Image: 1.%20Sound.png]
Windows 8.1 x64 | Quick Macros v2.4.x.x
Function usePlaybackDevice
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function $deviceName

;Opens Control Panel "Sound" dialog and changes device to deviceName.

;deviceName - device name in the list in the "Sound" dialog. Can be with wildcard characters (*?).

;int+ g_switchPlaybackDevice
;usePlaybackDevice iif(g_switchPlaybackDevice "Speakers" "*Digital*")

run "mmsys.cpl"
if(empty(deviceName)) ret
int w=wait(60 win("Sound" "#32770" "" 1))
Acc a.Find(w "LISTITEM" deviceName "class=SysListView32[]id=1000" 0x1005 5)
OnScreenDisplay a.Name
but 1002 w ;;Set default
but 1 w ;;OK

;err+ end _error
Thanks for the replay and the help but with this function I can only display my actual speakers. But what I want is to change the speakers to my headphones and back per Hotkey and I am not so experienced with Quick Macros to do this.

Screenshot from what I mean:
[Image: 2.%20Sound.png]
Windows 8.1 x64 | Quick Macros v2.4.x.x
Updated. The first version did not click the Set Default button.
Don't work the function displays my actual speaker and removes my headphones now from the default communication port Sad.
Windows 8.1 x64 | Quick Macros v2.4.x.x
It just selects the specified list item and clicks "Set Default" button. It works on my Windows 7 PC. If it does not work or is not what you need, you can record what you need to do.
Got it. Thank you very much! Big Grin
Windows 8.1 x64 | Quick Macros v2.4.x.x

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