Re: Getting sound working
Scott Ferguson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> "System Tray" - to the left of "Notification", which is left of the clock.
> Check System Tray Settings (right-click in the System Tray)
> In the left-hand pane select "Auto-hide", in the right-hand pane select
> Kmix and set it to "Always Visible".
There must be something missing here. I see nothing like that on
right click anywhere along the entire bottom panel.
I'm getting pretty confused... you describe things that I just do not
Right clicking the system tray I get nothing resembling panes. I get
a 3 item menu that says:
Task manager settings
Remove this task manager
Clicking on `Task Manager settings' item produces the only thing even
remotely like a left and right pane. And does not appear to be about
what you are talking about in any way.
The left pane says:
The right pane contains details related to those.
Clicking on `Panel Options' item (on that right click menu) produces a
5 part list that says:
Remove this panel
Clicking on `Panel settings' item, produces a huge full length and
about 2 inches high mess that has across the top:
Screen edge height add widgets add spacer More settings
Clicking on More settings produces a 12 part list:
Windows can cover
Windows go below
remove this panel
With the exceptions of `Auto hide' and `Always Visible' None of this
looks anything like what you mention. Further, kmix appears no where
in all that baloney.