ALT Linux Bugzilla – #14037
the displayed level is not updated correctly as the level is being adjusted
Last modified: 2009-02-28 14:42:38
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I added a volume applet to a panel in GNOME. As I am adjusting the volume level
by using the mousewheel or the scrollbar from the applet, the displayed "hint"
about the volume level is not updated correctly: it is always one step behind
the actual value.
(A workaround, which I use: move the mouse pointer from side to side, then the
value is updated.)
Steps to Reproduce:
1.add a volume applet to a panel
2.move the pointer over it
3.wait until a "hint" like "Master: 45%" is displayed
4.decrease the volume by scrolling the mousewheel
5.do it until the applet shows the volume is muted (a red cross)
the hint doesn't display the new volume level, it is one step behind, i.e.:
after the first step, it remains "Master: 45%"; when the volume is muted, it is
after the first step, the displayed value is also decreased; when the volume
reaches the mute level, it is "Master: muted".
The bug is still there in gnome-applets-mixer-2.22.0-alt1.1.
У меня больше не воспроизводится, видимо, исправили.