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edit: This is not related to gmusicbrowser, but to Xubuntu in general. Nothing to see here, move along.

Just after booting Xubuntu, starting gmusicbrowser and playing a song the volume is at 100%. If I touch any volume knob (or press the volume down on the keyboard) the volume jumps to what it was before - i.e. 30% or so. So, it jumps right back to the previous volume setting, it does not go there in increments. It's like the system remembers the previous volume, but ignores to set it until the volume is changed manually after startup. Thoughts?

Some sysinfo:
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Xubuntu 12.04
kernel 3.3.0-3.dmz.1-liquorix-amd64
gmusicbrowser 1.1.9
pulseaudio 1:1.1-0ubuntu15
ALSA 1.0.24
Sound card: ASUS Xonar D2X (analouge out)

Sound config:



Output devices (after I adjusted the volume):



Sound settings (playback):


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Suggestions / Re: Auto (re)tag files
« on: June 06, 2012, 10:46:25 »
As laite said, with a few click you can extract info from the file names.
To deduce the tags from the audio file itself, musicbrainz has something that could be used to do that, it is more or less planned to add this feature, not sure when.

Ok, thanks!

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Suggestions / Re: Auto (re)tag files
« on: June 06, 2012, 10:46:03 »
I'd like to request the feature to auto tag files. I'm not sure how it's done (analyze the track, and/or go by filename?), but Winamp does it really well. (right click file, send to > tag).

Have you noticed that there already is something similar (I'm not sure what winamp's feature is like) in 'songs properties'? If you select multiple files' properties, there is 'auto fill based on filenames' option in the bottom row of dialog.

Ah right, thanks.

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Suggestions / Auto (re)tag files
« on: May 29, 2012, 01:12:09 »
I'd like to request the feature to auto tag files. I'm not sure how it's done (analyze the track, and/or go by filename?), but Winamp does it really well. (right click file, send to > tag).

cheers,

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