Coming soon.. sooner than I imagined actually, feels like we only just got 10.3. Its great to see Ubuntu evolve in to a great desktop environment that less technical users can adopt and enjoy too.
At work we often listen to music off of my computer, so when the phone rings I have to quickly adjust the volume. Using the volume keys on my keyboard I could have the music either really loud or too quiet.
So, to change the effect the volume keys have:
- Press Alt+F2 to bring up the “Run” box.
- Type in “gconf-editor” and press enter.
- Select “Apps > gnome_settings_daemon“
- On the right hand side you’ll have a single option named “volume_step“
- Change the numerical value (6 by default) to a lower one (3 seems pretty good)