Dnia 2009-09-08, wto o godzinie 02:29 -0500, Michael Cronenworth pisze:
It might be that new "feature" implemented in F11 called
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. Log out,
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.