Bug#541538: Bug#737335: general: Resets pulseaudio volume to 100% after pause

Maximiliano Curia maxy at gnuservers.com.ar
Mon Mar 20 18:48:04 UTC 2017

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All these issues seem to be caused by the pulseaudio default value 
"flat-volumes = yes" (see /etc/pulse/daemon.conf). I strongly suggest to 
change it to flat-volumes = no by default (even some upstream maintainers seem 
to agree [1]), this is already the default in ubuntu and arch.

For the users affected by this, please set flat-volumes = no in 
/etc/pulse/daemon.conf or in the ~/.config/pulse/daemon.conf file.

Happy hacking,

[1]: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=90373
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