[Bug 550195] Re: when volume is on 0 and moved up the volume doesn't update

David Henningsson launchpad.web at epost.diwic.se
Sat Apr 17 09:04:00 BST 2010

@Martin: Even though the indicator applet does not have that problem,
g-v-c is just one click away from the indicator applet, and still needs

Try it: start e g rythmbox, then open g-v-c. Slide the application
volume down to zero. The mute button is then automatically checked, but
it is not automatically unchecked when sliding up again.

Or did I misunderstand something?

** Changed in: hundredpapercuts
       Status: Fix Released => Confirmed

** Changed in: gnome-media (Ubuntu)
       Status: Fix Released => Confirmed

when volume is on 0 and moved up the volume doesn't update
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Status in One Hundred Paper Cuts: Confirmed
Status in “gnome-media” package in Ubuntu: Confirmed

Bug description:
This is about the volume slider in the volume applet in Gnome 2.28.1 on Ubuntu 9.10.
If the volume slider is on anything else but the lowest position, when click-and-slide is performed the volume is update real-time. When the volume slider is on 0 though during click-and-slide nothing happens and the mouse button must be released in order to get the sound volume updated. This makes for an inconsistent and annoying behavior.

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