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Old 03-30-2012, 04:05 PM   #1
thebombzen
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Question Enable Volume bar popup on volume change in XFCE 4


I recently switched from gnome3 to xfce, and I couldn't figure out how to enable this feature. In gnome, when I changed the volume of my computer by turning this knob on my keyboard, it made this little popup window in the center of the screen showing me exactly what that volume was, which I found nice. I can't figure out how to turn this on in xfce 4.8. I did install xfce4-volumed but that just gave me a graphic in the upper right corner of the screen. Is there a way to enable this little window? Thanx.

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