Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 133537
XMMS alters the master volume level
Last modified: 2013-03-13 00:46:32 EDT
Description of problem:
If the volume level on xmms is altered, it also alters the master
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Alter the volume level on xmms
2. Start another audio application up
The sound level of the second application is the same as that of xmms,
it should be the level of master controls (adjusted for the app). It
is the same level as xmms as xmms has altered the master levels
The second app should play at the same level as the master volume
level and not that of xmms
It doesn't do that for me. Did you change anything in your xmms
configuration? Can you mv ~/.xmms ~/.xmms-backup and try again?
Made no difference. If I alter the sound on xmms to be quiet then
start xine up, xine is quiet. I moved xmms to somewhere that I can see
the volume icon, altered xine's volume level up and xmms went up.
If I then reduced the xmms volume level, xine's also went down.
What audio output are you using?
Still happening... I've altered the release version and hardware type.
XMMS is in the Fedora Extras repository now. If this is still occuring, kindling
open a bug report against Fedora Extras - XMMS component. Thank you