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- Mar 5 2013, 5:57 AM (446 w, 5 d)
Mar 2 2021
Actually, this ended up being a PEBKAC issue. For some reason, on arch, the pipewire service was masked, so it never started. After unmasking, E mixer works perfectly!
At least on arch, "pipewire-pulse" is a new process that replaces /usr/bin/pulseaudio, and acts as a bridge to pipewire (the new hotness). Fedora has a similar "pipewire-pulseaudio," which seems to have the same /usr/bin/pipewire-pulse process (this will be the default in their next release, removing pulseaudio).
Mar 1 2021
Thanks for the thoughts! I might be incorrect, but I thought the purpose of pipewire-pulse, for example, is to be a "drop-in" replacement for the pulseaudio process. That is, as long as the apps use libpulse properly, it will all Just Work. So, I think as long as emixer uses libpulse correctly, it should work out of the box, without needing to be ported.
I tested this patch, and it works well here! I liked "prettier" names under the Inputs tab, though I still get a bogus mic listed (not a regression with this patch, it was present before, but with an unrecognizable name):
Jan 22 2021
Jan 21 2021
Oct 9 2020
As an update, after 5 days of use, the situation seems improved with the above patch, but I still encountered the bug 2 times, over the course of probably 20-30 suspend/resume cycles.
Oct 4 2020
Thanks! Just installed, will report back soon - thanks a lot for the patch.
Sep 23 2020
@devilhorns , actually, this is an old bug that wasn't closed when the features were implemented (2019). So I think your comments don't make sense :-) I'll close this for now.
Sep 22 2020
This was added by raster to git, and should be apart of the next E release :-)
Sep 14 2020
Just a user, but this seems to fix my experiences with ecrire (and, works in elm_test). Thanks for the patch!
Sep 12 2020
I tried downgrading to 1.24.3, and it seemed to have the same issues. So, maybe not a showstopper for 1.25.x? But, it still seems to break text editors built off of EFL.
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May 7 2020
Er, might be easier to see here: http://www.enlightenment.org/ss/display.php?image=e-5eb49a8f669768.03682338.jpg
May 5 2020
That sounds good as well :-)
May 4 2020
Apr 5 2020
--- a/src/bin/exactness/meson.build 2020-04-01 06:52:24.000000000 -0400 +++ b/src/bin/exactness/meson.build.new 2020-04-05 18:55:29.987047772 -0400 @@ -35,6 +35,7 @@ dependencies: [ elementary ], c_args: '-DDATA_DIR="'+join_paths(dir_data, 'exactness')+'"', install: true, + version : meson.project_version() )
Sep 20 2019
Aug 25 2019
Embarrassingly, I've updated EFL + E, and no longer see this either :( It presents an empty /run/media/$USER dir, but in the same EFM window that I'm using to unmount. I'll close for now, sorry for the noise!
Hm, strange, it's pretty repeatable here. I have the "automatically mount" and "open EFM upon insertion" options enabled, if that makes a difference. I'll check when I get home, but I wonder if it's actually the "eject" option that is doing it...
Aug 24 2019
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Sep 12 2017
Apologies for the delay, but I'm away from my E laptop for a few days! I'll give a fresh master checkout a shot, and report back if it DOESN'T work! Thanks for the update.
Sep 7 2017
That's correct - my preferred setup is a full length bar, with menu, pager, launcher on the left, clock centered, and some system gadgets (battery, wireless, mixer) all the way on the right
Sep 6 2017
Ok, thanks for the explanation. Feel free to close if too complex, I guess bryces just don't work for my setup.
Sep 2 2017
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Jul 24 2016
Sorry, it seems to work after a reboot - I think something was wrong with one of my dbus services!