Indicator Sound Switcher makes it easy to switch between multiple audio input and output devices on the Ubuntu desktop.
Sound Switcher lets you switch between audio input and output devices straight from the system tray - no need for Ubuntu System Settings.
Lightweight music player Xnoise 0.1.11 has been released, adding support for Ubuntu 10.10's new sound menu amongst many other changes. Read on for more details.
Lightweight music application ‘Xnoise’ had added Sound Menu integration. Posting news of the success to the Xnoise mailing list, developer shuerhaaken noted that whilst development hadn’t been as straightforward as hoped full sound menu integration […]
You don't need to miss out on the neat Ubuntu Sound Menu integration Rhythmbox boasts in Ubuntu 10.10 if you're team Banshee thanks to the availability of a Banshee sound Menu extension.
If you were irked by previous iterations of the Ubuntu 10.10 sound menu having self-consistent buttons then prick your ears up and prepare to breath a sight of relief: the buttons within the menu now […]
Rhythmbox no-longer exits when you press the 'close' button. In Lucid pressing the 'close' window button minimized the main window to the Rhythmbox indicator. With the introduction of the new Sound Menu in Ubuntu 10.10 the last few months have required Maverick users to have Rhythmbox fully open on the desktop (or sat in the panel/dock) all the time.
I don’t know what is left to say about the Ubuntu 10.10 Sound Menu that hasn’t already been said so far – it’s a menu, it’s new, most of you love it! This mockup by […]
Some of you loathed them, some of you loved them but now they’re gone. Yes, the Ubuntu 10.10 Sound Menu has finally introduced new player control icons that ditch the gaudy n’ grey look of yesterday […]
Wyatt Kirby, whose sound applet mock-ups found favourable fandom both here and on Mark Shuttleworth’s blog, has put pixel to, er, palette and come up with a newly revised design. For those new to the whole ‘Sound […]
Whilst much ado about nothing has been made concerning Ubuntu 10.10’s shiny new Sound Menu one question has been asked time and time again – will Banshee support it? The answer is yes. Bertand Lorentz […]
Mark Shuttleworth has just posted some focused discussion and mock-ups over on his blog, highlighting the artists name in the new Maverick Sound Menu – like so: I for one think that the sound menu is looking […]