Different panel for Mint 9???

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Re: Different panel for Mint 9???

Postby ju1ius on Thu Sep 09, 2010 3:11 pm

Kendall wrote:Regarding a mixer program, this is something that I'll put some more thought into later. This isn't exactly what I'd call a "critical issue" considering they're all front ends for alsa.

Yep and alsamixer is already here...

Considering volume applets like Volwheel, I never understood why do people need this...
Having an application hogging 5~10MB of RAM just to change volume once in a while ?
Once I've set up the PCM & Master volume in order to avoid distorsion, I basically never change it.
Every audio app, Flash video player, external speaker and so on has it's own volume management, so why bother ?
Want to quickly mute sound ? Assign a keystroke to
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amixer -q set Master toggle

and you're all set !
Kill VolWheel ! :twisted:
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Re: Different panel for Mint 9???

Postby xazax on Fri Sep 10, 2010 10:11 am

I'm using a hotkey that starts alsamixer. So I can easily set the sound on a kind of gui, and don't have an applet running for that all the time.
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Re: Different panel for Mint 9???

Postby wasp on Fri Sep 10, 2010 11:51 am

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Re: Different panel for Mint 9???

Postby jeffreyC on Mon Nov 01, 2010 7:59 pm

I know this has been changed already, just thought I would say it works much better after I replaced the tint2rc with the one from CrunchBang
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Re: Different panel for Mint 9???

Postby rogue_ronin on Sun Nov 07, 2010 7:14 am

I think the original panel's perfectly adequate, works natively, and looks fine. Tint2 has some plugins, I guess, but nothing too awesome.

Really, to justify Tint2, you do have to consider openbox.

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