Scrollume lets you change the system sound volume simply by scrolling with your mouse/touchpad at the top of screen.
Added notification window when changing the system sound volume with Scrollume.
Ratings and Reviews
Very good idea
Good idea now that the volume bar cannot be selected and dragged to be controlled in Sierra (since it’s gone from vertical to horizontal). The only negative is that clicking the icons at the very top of the desktop is no longer possible… I tend to throw my mouse cursor up to the top and click, but now you have to hit a few pixels down from the top to be detected. Fix that (and maybe use the stock volume control icon instead of the bar used in the app) and I’ll change my review to 5 stars!
Works but missing some features
This app works just fine but there should be an option to set the scrol direction i.e. natural vs reversed. As newer MacBooks have natural scrol direction, so you expect scrolling down on a tackpad should reduce the volume however it increases it. It will be good to have the option. Also sometimes the on-screen notification does not disappear after you finished adjusting the volume. Otherwise app works fine.
Tried this today, using Monterrey on a 2021 Macbook Pro M1 16", scrolling with the touchpad at the very top of the screen did not change the volume at all. Also using an external Samsung monitor.
The developer, Nils Kaza, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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- Nils Kaza
- 2.5 MB
- Requires macOS 10.11 or later.
- Age Rating
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