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Re: Fedora 11 nerfed my mixer

On Tue, 2009-04-21 at 13:22 -0500, Callum Lerwick wrote:
> On Tue, 2009-04-21 at 13:50 +0100, Bastien Nocera wrote:
> > On Mon, 2009-04-20 at 23:29 -0500, Callum Lerwick wrote:
> > > So, the shiny new pulseaudio mixer setup in F11 took away my ability to
> > > tell the panel applet which channel to use. It seems to insist on
> > > messing with the master. I have a second computer hooked in to the line
> > > in, so it can share speakers with my main box. I had it set up so the
> > > master volume was set on maximum, and the panel volume thingy adjusted
> > > the PCM volume. This allowed me to adjust volumes separately, the
> > > secondary box stayed at a constant volume and the main box could be
> > > adjusted freely without affecting the secondary machine.
> > > 
> > > How do I get this behavior back?
> > 
> > _This_ behaviour, no. Any reasons why you don't use PulseAudio over the
> > network instead?
> Because this is simpler. And the secondary box is running Windows XP.
> If anything is there some way I can just have an option to get the old
> damn panel applet back?

I'm pretty sure the interweb provides half-a-gazillion mixer type
applets, but the mixer applet as it were was removed from gnome-applets

> Seems like yet another case of ripping out a stable solution and
> replacing it with a new, shiny and immature one that fails to provide
> similar functionality.

You had about a year to complain that the Volume Control feature didn't
include your use case, and given the 0.01% of the population using their
sound system like you do, I doubt it would have crossed our minds that
this could have been the case.

>  Can I at least get a secret gconf key to do what
> I want? :P

The volume control uses PulseAudio, it doesn't use ALSA directly
anymore, so no, there's no secret GConf key for that.

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