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Old 28.10.2021, 02:00
dawebbreb dawebbreb is offline
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It can be done by an "Interval" event script (once a minute e.g.).

I would suggest lowering the volume of the whole system though, as other applications could make weird sounds as well, it may be easier for you as well, if you can't write scripts (yet).

There is a tool called "nircmd.exe" out there, create a scheduled task and run it at bed time start to bring the volume down.
>nircmd.exe setvolume 0 0 0
Create another scheduled task to bring volume back to normal.
>nircmd.exe setvolume 0 65535 65535

Nircmds setvolume reference here: nircmd.nirsoft.net/setvolume.html
I'm already able to achieve this with windows "Focus Assist" on a schedule. It's just that JD overrides this somehow. I think I need more of an internal solution...

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