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Power (local/remote) & Volume buttons incl. icons

Here are my complete Power- and Volumebuttons.

Icon Preview (32x32 and 22x22)

Power buttons

PowerOff (no waittime):

windir%\system32\shutdown.exe /s /t 0


%windir%\system32\shutdown.exe /r /t 0


%windir%\system32\rundll32.exe powrprof.dll,SetSuspendState


%windir%\system32\rundll32.exe user32.dll,LockWorkStation

Time (enter "hh:mm"):

@Set var = {dlgstring|PowerOff at... (hh:mm):}
Close AT={$var}:00 SYSTEM=shutdown TOGGLE


@Set var = {dlgchoose|Shutdown in:|5 min.=00:05+10 min.=00:10+15 min.=00:15+30 min.=00:30+45 min.=00:45+1 h.=01:00+1,5 hrs.=01:30+2 hrs.=02:00+2,5 hrs.=02:30+3 hrs.=03:00+3,5 hrs.=03:30+4 hrs.=04:00}
Close IN={$var}:00 SYSTEM=shutdown TOGGLE



Cancel Action/Countdown/Time:


PowerOff remote

(needs free portable Psshutdown:

Note: Please change "Psshutdown"-path (default: /dopusdata\scripts\psshutdown.exe) and name of "PCx" to yours (you can also use an ip-adress):

@confirm Shutdown PC?
/dopusdata\Scripts\PsShutdown.exe \\PCx -k -t 0

Volume buttons

(needs free portable NirCmd:

Note: Please change "NirCmd"-paths to yours (default: /dopusdata\scripts\nircmd.exe)

Volume 5% up:

/dopusdata\Scripts\NirCmd.exe changesysvolume 3277

Volume 5% down:

/dopusdata\Scripts\NirCmd.exe changesysvolume -3277

Volume Mute (toggle):

/dopusdata\Scripts\NirCmd.exe mutesysvolume 2

Volume Default to 25% (set yourself by dividing value 65535 = 100%):

/dopusdata\Scripts\NirCmd.exe setsysvolume 16384

Volume 100% (warning appears!):

@confirm ATTENTION! Set volume to maximum?
/dopusdata\Scripts\NirCmd.exe setsysvolume 65535

Download Iconset

S-DOM Icon Set - Power & (37.7 KB)

Update - new icons and remote shutdown added.

Thanks for these! These really inspired me to depart from my usual DO look, which is more techy than eye-candy - for a specific music-portal style lister layout at least. o)
Your collection of commands was helpful as well, I'd like to throw "CLAmp.exe" in here, it is tiny and fast commandline tool for controlling winamp, but it has some nice options to control windows volume levels per channel as well.

Thanks. There's a set which includes newer versions of the icons here: S-DOX II Icon Set (2 x 208 icons)