Release Notes: More "Success" error messages removed, other minor bugs fixed, and some small reorganization
Release Notes: In interactive mode, digits 1 to 9 set levels at 10% to 90%.
Release Notes: Color schemes can now be loaded from files.
Release Notes: The mouse works again now, a bug in the command-line option to increase or decrease levels by a given amount has been fixed, an Undo item (to undo all muting) has been added to the menu, and the cursor should move away from the menu during inactivity.
Release Notes: This one has an "only" (solo) feature by which all channels but one can be muted. It also has a proper fix for the busy-waiting bug.
Release Notes: some tests in configure.in were corrected, a small delay was added to relieve busy waiting seen under Debian "potato", a cast was made to avoid a warning from egcs, error messages no longer proclaim "Success", trying to load a nonexistent settings file in interactive mode no longer causes aumix to crash.
Release Notes: po/POTFILES corrected to avoid compilation error, some magic numbers replaced by a macro and installation instructions added for Red Hat Linux.
Release Notes: A namespace conflict with the Linux libc 5 was fixed as well as another problem with the signal handler. When the screen is updated, the cursor is now moved to the side, to be less distracting in an xterm and the "configure" script might work on NetBSD now, but this is untested.
Release Notes: Periodic updates when other processes adjust mixer and it's now possible to increment or decrement levels by a specified amount from command line.
Release Notes: added -f option to specify file for saving and loading settings; added aumix.spec file for Red Hat Linux