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ALSA Volume Control plasmoid

   0.51.2  

Plasmoid Script

Score 69%
ALSA Volume Control plasmoid
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ALSA Volume Control plasmoid
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ALSA Volume Control plasmoid
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2141
Submitted:  Feb 20 2011
Updated:  Apr 1 2014

Description:

Plasmoid controls alsa devices by mouse. You can add plasmoid to panel (both vertical && horisontal) or to workspace.
You must install python-alsaaudio or similar in your distributive.




Changelog:

v.0.25
* fixed audiodevice detecting error;
* added detecting multiple audiodevices in system;
* added color managment of font and panel sliders with support opacity;
* added device rescan without restart plasmoid;
* added plasmatooltip with representation
device volume in panel;

v.0.27
* added Rescan button to Panel Devices Settings;
* added color control for slider handlers;

v.0.28
* fixed cardindex detection;

v.0.30
* improved stop control of tracking thread;
* added detect system color of text for first start;

v.0.35
* changed method of thread complete;

v.036
* text is replaced by icons in Common Device Panel;

v.0.37
* fixed warning in import module errors;

v.0.41.2 :
* added restore of device volume;
* added retrieve restored volume parameters;
* fixed slider`s mouseRelease & doubleClick events for common events;
* fixed the freez at plasmoid's init;
* some fixes & improvements;

v.0.42.2 :
* some fixes & improvements;

v.0.42.3 :
* fixed initiate;
* improve initiate;

v.0.43.5 :
* fixed the applet init at case without available audio devices;
* some fixes && improvements;

v.0.50.0 :
* fixed changing a color of horizontal slider's handler;
* refactoring;
* added slider's size Settings;
* added displaying a changes of slider's color & size into Settings;

v.0.51.0 :
* added sensitivity for sliders;

v.0.51.1 :
* reimplemented the retrieve of restored volume parameters;
* some fixes for disconnect SLOTs at close;

v.0.51.2 :
* added the restriction of notification;
* reimplemented tooltip;




LicenseGPL
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 Awesome!

 
 by Henri on: Sep 19 2013
 
Score 50%

The handle color settings works now and size settings with previews are very useful. One suggestion for future improvement: it's good to be able to point the slide/icon and adjust the volume by mouse wheel but the increment is rather big (10%). Would be nice if one could set the value in settings. Nonetheless, this is very neat plasmoid!


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 Disable annoying settings save notifications

 
 by nick87720z on: Mar 30 2014
 
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Honestly, this is the first and only one applet, flooding desktop notifications each time when its panel hides.

It would be nice to show at least only first time. Or complement notification with action "Don't tell anymore" to allow user disable it manually.

IMHO, such widget is must have for those, actively working with multimedia/pro-audio stuff.
Yet it would be nice to support scrolling to change preselected channel, like all known applets do.


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 Re: Disable annoying settings save notifications

 
 by F1ash on: Mar 31 2014
 
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Okay, I'll do your first request, but, as for the second, it is already implemented. You can specify in the settings which channels display into panel and manage scrolling without causing permanently Common device panel. Actually I did not make restrictions notification because this panel is very rarely invoked.
http://img.flashtux.org/img133512b193efxefa8dd95.png


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 Re: Disable annoying settings save notifications

 
 by nick87720z on: Mar 31 2014
 
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Yeah, i completely forgot about that. I had disabled all sliders, because there is another bug: they didn't affect applet size on panel.
Hm, just noticed it fixed, thanks :)


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 Re: Re: Disable annoying settings save notificatio

 
 by nick87720z on: Mar 31 2014
 
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But tooltip still needs to be fixed. I have intel hda, and there are ≈8 channels. When i enable sliders for all, only 3 or 4 are visible. It just ignores some of them., including even Capture slider.

Last time i tried again to enable all, they all where visible on tooltip.


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 Re: Re: Disable annoying settings save notificatio

 
 by nick87720z on: Mar 31 2014
 
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Got it again (about tooltip but). One issue: value in last line is unaligned with other values.


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 Re: Re: Re: Disable annoying settings save notific

 
 by F1ash on: Apr 1 2014
 
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Tooltip reimplemented.
I did not understand: all your devices are detected now or not?


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 Re: Disable annoying settings save notific

 
 by nick87720z on: Apr 2 2014
 
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Sorry for long delay.

I restarted plasma-desktop by killall -6.
Notifications still appear, for tooltip i have all but one last value visible.

New problem: sliders on panel's widget change to previous value after attempt to change. But in dialog it doesn't happen.
And tooltip: when i begin to change value from panel widget, missing value for last slider appears, but when changed value jumps back, appeared value disappears from tooltip again.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Disable annoying settings save not

 
 by nick87720z on: Apr 2 2014
 
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Hm, it jumps back if changed by dragging. But with scrolling it is OK.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Disable annoying settings save

 
 by F1ash on: Apr 2 2014
 
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Plasmoid behavior is that: if make-clicking in the widget, that it restored to the saved state. This state is set only when you call the Common device panel. Just when initiating plasmoid restores the saved state, but not the last state.
Unfortunately, tooltip shows only those devices that have already been initiated. That is, until the new device will not change the value, it is not displayed in the tooltip.


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