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    • Sjoerd Simons's avatar
      Remove call input volume configuration · ad8497cb
      Sjoerd Simons authored
      As we rely on pulseaudio there is no point in saving our own volume
      configuration, pulseaudio does that for us. If we do save it, then we
      have no idea which volume to pick after connecting to pulse (the one we
      save, the one pulse saved, a random value?).
      
      On top of that our configuration implementation is plain ugly, the
      level meter didn't work etc. This is all much better configured using
      the gnome-control-center sound panel, which is pretty nice for inputs
      and saves its volume on pulse for us to re-use :)
      ad8497cb
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