Once you have configured Tab Mix Plus to play audio in the background, SmartMute will automatically mute any audio from background tabs, allowing audio from the active tab to play.
If you are using Tab Mix Plus with focus mode enabled, you can still easily switch from Tab Mix Plus to SmartMute by clicking on the i button in the top right corner.
To do this,
Start by opening the default settings page for Tab Mix Plus. This can be found by clicking on the i button in the top right corner.
Under the Audio tab, you will see a checkbox that says Play background sounds.
Check this box to allow Tab Mix Plus to play audio in the background.
Click OK, and you are done.
Obviously, if you are using the Tab Mix Plus extension, removing the Tab Mix Plus extension will allow the SmartMute extension to work correctly. However, you will also need to configure Tab Mix Plus to allow background tab audio to play.
There are a few ways to turn off autoplay on Android devices. One is to go to the Settings option in your phone’s settings option. The second is to tap on the app you use most often and tap on the menu button, and then tap on Manage Audio.
To address media autoplay issues on iOS devices, you will need to add an Accessibility settings. This will prevent apps from autoplaying videos, other sounds, or videos that are automatically revealed on the lock screen. If you have a simple iOS device (iPhone, iPad), open the Settings app and tap General in the top left corner, then tap Accessibility.
The first thing you should do is open System Preferences > Display. Select the Resolution tab and make sure the resolution for your Mac is lower than the resolution for the presenter's Mac. If they are the same, you might have to change the resolution for your Mac.
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