Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 180942
gnome volume applet mute/zero volume behavior is not intuitive
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:23 EST
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Description of problem:
volume applet thinks that zero volume is the same as mute. When the volume is changed to a level of zero, the mute indicator is shown on the applet and the mute checkbox is filled. However, you can not use the mute checkbox to un-mute the system. The only way to un-mute is to increase the volume level. This is not intuitive.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Lower volume to zero
2. Notice that volume applet thinks it's muted
3. Attempt to un-mute via the mute checkbox.
Actual Results: Frustration
Expected Results: The applet should have never displayed that it was muted. I had changed the volume to zero, which is not the same as mute. In order to un-mute, the volume should be restored, but if I have it set to zero, what is the value to restore? zero? Then it will always show muted.
Note: I looked through the other gnome-media audio/volume related bugs and there are similar bugs, but I don't think this one is a duplicate.
Should this bug be upstreamed to bugzilla.gnome.org to fix?
Sorry, got click happy. Reopened.
Filed upstream: http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=333438
REOPENED status has been deprecated. ASSIGNED with keyword of Reopened is preferred.
Doesn't look like something we should be fixing/changing the behaviour only for
FC/RHEL. Feel free to follow the upstream bug at: