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Old 12-24-2010, 06:03 AM   #1
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audio notify thingy, which process is it?

when I press sound +/- button of my keyboard this gui thingy appears on the middle of my screen. Its transparent black, there is a speaker icon on the middle of it

this thingy;

ps: I don't want to kill or close it, I just want to know what is it. Which process which software and how can I hack it
Old 12-25-2010, 05:57 AM   #2
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Hm... You could try
ps aux | grep notify
ps aux | grep audio
and related searches, kill likely suspects, and then press the volume keys. It's a fair guess that if you kill a process and the volume thingy stops working then that's the process. To check, you could reboot and kill just that process, and see if the same happens...
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thanks for advice but no luck with that
I wasn't able find that guy


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