Gnome sound and hot key
mcmackin at earthlink.net
Tue Nov 1 03:06:18 UTC 2005
Sarangan Thuraisingham wrote:
> Hi all,
> My laptops Fn + PGUP/PGDWN keys should increase or reduce the volume
> of the soundcard. But when I press them I get a small window that shows
> the sound bar increasing, but nothing happens. The actual volumne level
> is unchanged.
> I happy that, atleast Gnome can recognise the key presses as Volume up
> and down. But what I want to do really is change the actual volume. Do
> any of you know, where that setting is. One thing I realised while using
> the Volume control(the one that you can open by right clicking on the
> speaker in the notification area) is that when I press the function keys
> the master volume changes. This is OK when I am using the laptop
> speakers, but not when I am home where I use the headphone out.
> Thanks in advance :D
> - Saru
Have you checked applications-sound and video-volume control?
Sometimes the inputs or outputs can be muted. Make sure your inputs are
muted so there are no conflicts and unmute and adjust the outputs to
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