pgmixer 1.0

pgmixer project is a gnome applet for controlling a mixer you specify.
pgmixer project is a gnome applet for controlling a mixer you specify (from back when GNOME programs were actually useful for something).

The mixer that comes with gnome only controls the master volume. If you need a volume control for one or more other mixers, you could give this a go. Alternatively if you use gkrellm you could try it's volume plugin.

You will need aumix and Gtk-Perl (if you use mandrake linux I think the package name is perl-gtk).

How to use it:

Run it like

pgmixer [channel option]

where [channel option] is a single character which specifies the mixer to use - use pgmixer -help to get a list.
If you don't like the default orientation of the applet you can flip it by adding a "-flip" argument - for example

pgmixer w -flip

creates an applet for the PCM mixer, with the default orientation flipped around.

You can run more than one of these and the panel should remember their positions correctly.

last updated on:
February 26th, 2007, 16:27 GMT
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developed by:
Chris S.
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license type:
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category:
ROOT \ Multimedia \ Audio

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