Bug#452210: gnome-control-center: gnome-settings-daemon ignores default mixer track when adjusting volume through multimedia keybindings
joss at debian.org
Mon Nov 26 11:35:08 UTC 2007
Le mardi 20 novembre 2007 à 21:46 -0200, R. Lemos a écrit :
> Package: gnome-control-center
> Version: 1:2.18.1-1
> Severity: normal
> When adjusting volume through multimedia keys, gnome-settings-daemon
> seems to use the first available ALSA device, ignoring the "Default
> Mixer Tracks" setting in "Sound Preferences".
> Everything was working fine until I decided to switch to PulseAudio.
> With a default ALSA device configured in /etc/asound.conf (per perfect
> setup: http://pulseaudio.org/wiki/PerfectSetup#ALSAApplications), the
> volume actions (vol up, vol down and mute) go to PA (through !default
> ALSA device) instead of directly to the actual ALSA device, as I
> configured in "Sound Preferences".
Could you please try again with gnome-control-center 2.20 which is
currently in unstable? There has been several PulseAudio-related fixes.
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