Dumb question about applet volumen control

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Dumb question about applet volumen control

Postby mdman on Sun Jan 01, 2012 7:24 pm

Hi.

Before I used to use the gnome 2 in Ubuntu, but now I use XFCE and Linux Mint 12. And I remember the volumen applet (gnome-volume-control) I can put the volumen up to 100% but the volumen applet "xfce4-mixer" only put 100%.

Can I use the old applet "gnome-volume-control" in XFCE? or Do you know any other volumen applet for XFCE with this feature?

Sorry maybe I have wroten bad, I am spanish.

Bye and thanks.
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Re: Dumb question about applet volumen control

Postby xenopeek on Tue Jan 03, 2012 3:22 pm

I think you can (unless you mean you are using Linux Mint 12 with XFCE, GTK+ version might be a conflict then). Somebody had the reverse problem it seems (was using Gnome Volume Control on XFCE and was tipped to use xfce4-mixer instead): viewtopic.php?f=190&t=86025
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Re: Dumb question about applet volumen control

Postby mdman on Thu Jan 05, 2012 9:15 pm

Thanks.

I found the package, it is gnome-media but the system say that is older "Error: A later version is already installed".

But Do you know other volumen applet for XFCE that has a feature to increase the volumen over 100% like gnome-volume-control applet?

Thanks, bye.
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Re: Dumb question about applet volumen control

Postby user213 on Tue Jan 22, 2013 4:29 am

Well it is not a panel applet, but pavucontrol worked well for me. To install just search it in the software center or synaptic, or you could just enter into the terminal:
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sudo apt-get install pavucontrol
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