Version: (using KDE KDE 3.5.3)
Installed from: Fedora RPMs
In KMix's global keyboard shortcut configuration dialog, it says "Increase Volume of Master Channel". To me, this implies that it should affect the channel I have set as the 'master' channel, not what the hardware manufacturer thinks should be the master. Scrolling my mousewheel over the tray icon affects the VIA DXS channel I have selected. The keys affect the actual Master channel, and not the VIA DXS one. My soundcard has a strange setup where the master channel only changes the left and right speakers (On a 5.1 surround system). The first VIA DXS changes the 'master' volume for them all.
You can change the master channel by using the context menu on the tray icon.
My original bug report states that I did that but nothing happened.
However as of now, this bug seems to have been fixed.
You are right. The reason might have been the "master channel not saved properly" issue (which is fixed).
Its back. Nothing has changed that I am aware of and I haven't updated anything either.
I can confirm this Bug with KDE 3.5.4
Matthias, wm161, I have two questions:
1) Have you assigned the keys to the master channel yourself
2) Does a window (volume "popup") appear, when you press the keys?
Yes, in kmix's global shortcuts dialog, I have the keys set to the master channel. Yes, a popup appears when I press the keys.
As there is a popup, this is (most likely) a KMilo isssue.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 134820 ***