2009/9/8 Tomek Chrzczonowicz <chrzczonowicz(a)gmail.com>:
Dnia 2009-09-08, wto o godzinie 02:29 -0500, Michael Cronenworth
> It might be that new "feature" implemented in F11 called "flat
> In an attempt to copy Windows, for only God knows why, the PA folks made
> your apps change the system volume.
Well, I think I will appreciate it...when it starts to work correctly :/
> This, coupled with a bug in
> gstreamer adjusting at logarithmic amounts instead of linear, it makes
> volume management a pain. The fix?
It gets even worse that that. ALSA also doesn't map to PulseAudio 1/1.
Now you have ALSA volume != PulseAudio volume !=Apps Volume. Kinda
defeats the whole purpose of flat volumes, if every slider uses a wildly
You don't have to edit system-wide config for that.
~user/.pulse/daemon.conf is enough.
> Uncomment "flat-volumes = yes" and change it to "no" and save.
> wait 30 seconds for pulse to die (another great "feature") and log in.
Or you could just run "pulseaudio --kill" and "pulseaudio
--daemon" (both without root privilages) in terminal.
Thanks for sharing the tip. I just hope this stuff gets fixed soon.
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