"incorrect" behaviour of gnome-volume-control 2.14.0

Yuri Pankov yuri.pankov at gmail.com
Sat Apr 22 18:01:18 UTC 2006

Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
> On Sat, 2006-04-22 at 08:48 +0400, Yuri Pankov wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I don't know if it is actually a bug in gnome-volume-control (or may be 
>> gstreamer). All tracks in Preferences are selected ('Volume', 'Speaker', 
>> 'Line-in', 'Microphone', 'CD', 'Record', 'In-gain', 'Out-gain', 
>> 'Line-1', 'Phone-in', 'Phone-out', to be precise). And here is what I 
>> get on tabs:
>> Playback: Speaker, Record, In-gain, Out-gain
>> Capture: Volume, Line-in, Microphone, CD, Line-1, Phone-in, Phone-out
>> Doesn't seem to be correct to me.
> I got a response from Ariff regarding this.  Yes, it looks funny, but
> it's not anyone's bug really.  We mark Volume, Line-in, Microphone, CD,
> Line-1, Phone-in, Phone-out as being recordable because you can record
> from those tracks.  gnome-volume-control uses that information when it
> decides on which page to place the track.
> There's a thread on multimedia@ if you want for details.
> Joe

Thank you for info, Joe.

I've read the thread on multimedia at . Just wanted to be sure that it is 
not something bad and new for GNOME 2.14 and Gstreamer-10.


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