Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 248250
Changing the Keyboard Controlled Audio Device in gnome-sound-properties does nothing
Last modified: 2008-06-16 21:52:41 EDT
Description of problem:
When I run gnome-sound-properties and change the device that the audio control
keys on the keyboard should control, no change occurs in reality. The audio
control keys continue to control the old (unselected) device. In particularly I
want them to control "Front" and not "PCM."
run gnome-sound-properties, change the keyboard controlled device on the bottom.
Try controller it by the keyboard and notice that the old (now unselected
device is the one being controlled).
$ rpm -qf /usr/bin/gnome-sound-properties
Oh, sorry for putting it in the wrong place. Nice trick. Thanks for
Can anyone confirm or help with this bug??
Hello? Has anyone even read this bug report???
Hi Jack, the report is on the radar, but no one has had a chance to look at it yet.
Hi Ray. Thanks for the comments and the assignment. If you'd like any more
information, let me know.
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