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Sound Monitor is a GNOME panel applet, it displays the current Volume output of the Esound daemon, also, optionally shows the Esound
Sound Monitor is a GNOME panel applet, it displays the current Volume output of the Esound daemon, also, optionally shows the Esound status: Off(error), Standby, Ready. The esound server information can be displayed, the balance and volume can be also be adjusted for streams and samples. An extra program, esdpvd is included that will allow saving of stream volumes between sessions.
For installation do the basically make ; make install should do it.
The applet can then be run by selecting:
'Panel'->'Add applet'->'Multimedia'->'Sound Monitor'
Additional themes go into (gnome-prefix)/share/sound-monitor2
To make your own theme, see the SKIN-SPECS file.
An applet of this type does not really need to have keyboard shortcuts. But for themes that are resizable (they have a button that can be dragged to resize the applet), when the size button has focus the shift+arrow keys will resize the applet, shift+home will reset the applet theme to it's default size.
What's New in This Release:
sound-monitor_applet.spec.in: Added icon, tested build.
src/themes/Makefile.am: Install SKIN-SPECS file.
configure.in: Release 1.99.0
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