Use an application that's not even installed by default to regain access to a necessary function? Really?
Well, based on other forums, I went and installed kmix. It makes an entry in the Menu, and puts a volume control in the "system tray" area when it's run. It seems to do exactly what I need, but is this really the standard procedure? Use an application that's not even installed by default to regain access to a necessary function? Really?
This seems to have happened overnight. I did try to turn off all those annoying billboards that keep popping up all over the place and covering the items I actually need. So I have been madly turning off popups and notifications of various kinds in the hope that something will get that crap to stop. The options to stop them are not at all clear as to what they apply to, so I finally got frustrated and started hitting everything.
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