[OBORONA-SPAM] KDE Volume Control Settings
dotancohen at gmail.com
Thu Mar 2 12:33:48 GMT 2006
On 3/2/06, Gabriel Dragffy <dragffy at yandex.ru> wrote:
> Doesn't Beagle provide this kind of search functionality. Although the version
> in the Breezy repos is very dated. Maybe worth looking at, I didn't use it
> myself but did hear of it's capabilities from using SuSe 10 which has it
> installed as a default app.
> On Thursday 02 March 2006 17:38, Dotan Cohen wrote:
> > When I raise and lower the systme volume by using the volume keys on
> > my keyboard, I have these denominations of volume: 0%, 10%, 19%, 26%,
> > 53%, 42% 51%, 58%, 64%, 71%, 80%, 87%, 93% and 100%
> > I would like to adjust these denominations. 0% -> 10% is especially
> > annoying. Where are these denominations stored? I thought of searching
> > all files in ~/.kde for these magic numbers, but I know of no search
> > function. If nobody knows where the denominations are, then how can I
> > search all the files for files that may contain the numbers?
> > Thank you.
> > Dotan Cohen
> > http://lyricslist.com/lyrics/biography/85/boyz_ii_men.php
> > Boyz II Men Song Lyrics and Biography
I don't neccassarily need a gui. Acually, I would prefer to know what
command (at the command line) would search in files.
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