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The volume OSD shows up really large with a speaker icon and the gauge, is there a way to modify its scale and/or appearance?
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I noticed the OSD speaker was overly large when using Metacity Compositing. Turning the enhanced effects off put everything back to normal. I do not use Compiz, so I cannot verify it does the same thing there. This narrows down where the size issue lies, so if anyone has any further suggestions, please share.
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I have the exact same problem. I turned effects off but still the same issue. It is very larger which wouldn't be an issue except for that it pixelizes the picture of the speaker and so looks really cheasy and bad. If we could make it smaller to tighten those pixels up then it would look nice and normal. I'm running Mint 12 with Cinnamon.
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I'm not even on LM and this happens here also when I enable "desktop effects" (compiz) on OpenSUSE 11.4 / gnome 2.32.1
It must be an upstream issue.
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