In my system, when I change the volume in Jitsi the OS volume levels are changed too (with pulseaudio, at least).
To be more specific, when I change the output volume in Jitsi, the OS master volume level is not adjusted, but the "pulseaudio level" specific for Jitsi is.
When I change the rec volume in Jitsi, the "pulseaudio level" specific for Jitsi is always changed. The OS master rec level, instead, is changed only when turning volume up in Jitsi, not when turning it down.
I'm sorry for the incorrect terminology, but I hope you can get it.
Il 06/11/2012 12:08, Yana Stamcheva ha scritto:
You can go ahead with the first and last one.
As for the volume level I'm not sure I understand you. We actually don't try to reflect the system volume level. This is how it works, we take the audio level from the OS and apply an effect to it in order to amplify it or reduce it. This is the common behaviour for this kinds of applications and allows to have an internal control of the sound within the application without changing the OS volume settings.
On Nov 5, 2012, at 9:27 PM, Daniel Zucchetto <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
should I open JIRA issues for these bugs that I reported a while ago?