When i put my S3 on Silent it mutes all of the sound apart from the Music, Video, Games and other media sound. Is there a way to change this so it will mute everything?
I have no sound on Xfce4. When I mute sound on Xfce (Or login to Xfce with the sound muted from the last shutdown), un-muting the sound doesn't actually un-mute all the sound outputs. It only un-mutes the master level, but not the speaker nor the headphone levels.
In the attached picture, when I mute\un-mute the sound, only the master level is responding.
I'd love an app that would let me mute apps without muting my music. It would be nice to play games while listening to my music rather than the sound effects or just use the screen images on nav. Anybody know of an app for this? The volume control/mute apps I've seen so far don't seem to make this distinction
The sound on this machine worked pretty well until a few days ago (okay, so sound is not the very most important thing to me, but, the lack of it is getting old). When I click the speaker icon it always says "Mute", when I set it to "Unmute" the slider goes to zero. When I move the slider off of zero, the status goes to "Mute".
So, does anyone know what's going on with my system?
This post is a response to Tony Bradley's article entitled: "Ubuntu Linux, Day 20: Editing and Making Movies" where Tony mentions: "I still couldn't find an easy way to mute the sound from the original video clip so the song could play as a solo soundtrack for the video montage."I've created a quick video to show how to mute the sound for the video and have the music play instead for the entire co
I'm running the testing branch of debian with codename Jessie and xfce as desktop environment on a Lenovo ThinkPad T410. When I press the mute-button, it mutes pulse-audio and alsa, but when I press the mute-button again it unmutes pulse-audio but not alsa.