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XVolume

XVolume is a simple Xlib volume control that mimics the traditional OSD (on screen display) controls found in various appliances. It is intended to be launched by a shortcut key (eg. one of the "Internet" buttons on your keyboard) and one can then directly adjust the volume by user-defined keys. It was inspired by a similar feature in the Windows driver for a Logitech keyboard. Xvolume is highly configurable and can be tailored for a perfect fit with your window manager.

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  •  09 May 2002 15:41

    Release Notes: Support for configuring all options with command line parameters was added. The manual page was updated.

    •  16 Apr 2002 05:29

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      Recent comments

      16 Apr 2002 19:10 aggregator

      Re: Not working

      > The thing won't compile on RH 7.2
      > without adding
      > #include <string.h>
      >
      > and even then will crash on execution
      > with a seg fault.
      >
      > Any solution?
      >


      I did not have a Redhat box to test it with. I did test it on a Debian stable and FreeBSD 4.5.
      The crash is possibly due to some resources missing. Try configuring your ~/.Xdefaults for the Xvolume. as described in the man page and reload them with "xrdb -load ~/.Xdefaults"

      16 Apr 2002 04:47 snark

      Not working
      The thing won't compile on RH 7.2 without adding
      #include <string.h>

      and even then will crash on execution with a seg fault.

      Any solution?

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