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#51 2014-12-28 19:58:17

kalsan
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Re: pulseaudio-ctl: vol+/- and mute from the shell or shortcut keys

Seems fine to me.

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#52 2015-03-10 17:03:07

gabrielhidasy
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Re: pulseaudio-ctl: vol+/- and mute from the shell or shortcut keys

This is much better then the amixer solution (amixer -D pulse sset Master 5%+), it lets me set the volume above 100% and with bad notebook speakers thats priceless

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#53 2015-03-10 19:30:09

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Re: pulseaudio-ctl: vol+/- and mute from the shell or shortcut keys

Glad you're finding it useful.  Enjoy!


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#54 2015-03-10 20:25:56

kalsan
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Re: pulseaudio-ctl: vol+/- and mute from the shell or shortcut keys

It is! I recommend it to new Arch users all the time :-)
Latest update is great, too!

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#55 2015-05-26 16:56:13

smnpl
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Re: pulseaudio-ctl: vol+/- and mute from the shell or shortcut keys

Hi,

great tool; Mapped to my laptop keys. One thing though: Would it be possible that the notification bar overlaps the last one? Because if I hold down a button, multiple notification toasts are coming up. Its more a cosmetic request then anythin else.
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Best regards
Simon

Last edited by smnpl (2015-05-26 17:03:53)


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#56 2015-05-26 18:58:22

graysky
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Re: pulseaudio-ctl: vol+/- and mute from the shell or shortcut keys

@smnpl - I am all in favor of this, but am unsure how to implement it.


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#57 2015-05-26 21:05:05

Raynman
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Registered: 2011-10-22
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Re: pulseaudio-ctl: vol+/- and mute from the shell or shortcut keys

In the dbus protocol for notifications, you get an ID from the server and then you can say that the new notification replaces the previous one, but it looks like notify-send doesn't support this.

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#58 2015-05-27 12:30:32

smnpl
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Re: pulseaudio-ctl: vol+/- and mute from the shell or shortcut keys

I don't have an idea on how either smile
I'm happy as it is anyways, though if one day you figure it out, I'd be even happier.

Thanks for your work!


The road to wisdom? - Well, it's plain and simple to express: Err and err and err again but less and less and less. - Piet Hein -

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#59 2016-11-15 03:33:14

allegrobarbaro
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Re: pulseaudio-ctl: vol+/- and mute from the shell or shortcut keys

Hi,

thanks for this, saved my life smile I have a question though, I can't get notifications to work, do you have any suggestions? I'm on xfce, I did install libnotify and I do have notify-send, as specified in the readme. Any ideas what I could try?

Thanks!
Andrea

EDIT: sorry, this was stupid, I needed to uncomment the notifications line in the configurations.

Last edited by allegrobarbaro (2016-11-15 13:47:27)

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