Re: Any progress on FC9 flash sound issue?

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M A Young wrote:
On Mon, 19 May 2008, Bill Davidsen wrote:

Related note, the "play" app still works for wav files, and PulseAudio always picks the video capture card, if present, as the output soundcard. Since there is no sound in documented or physically visible, this is a bit of a mystery. Happens with two no-name sound cards and an ATI HDTV-Wonder (all BT based, if that helps). Removing the card doesn't make sound work, tried that.
Do you have  libflashsupport  installed ?
It is on the Fedora9 repo

Yes.
If you aren't getting sound from more than just flash, check all the
sliders in the volume control, including the ones not displayed by
default. I had the problem that one of the sliders (possibly Surround)
was muted. Incidentally, if you have x86_64 you need
libflashsupport.i386 as well as x86_64.
Some info and a question: I went to the adobe site and found that the flash for Linux has been upgraded from v115 to v124. I installed that and it didn't help. So how do I see the undisplayed sliders? I checked "show all" in pavucontrol, and alsamixer show nothing but pulse, so where are these other sliders?
On the volume control the output output muted is the PC speaker, and the
inputs are all enabled for all output and input devices. And output
things like the "play" command work just fine. Haven't D/L mplayer to
try that, but all the annoting snaps, crackles, pops, and chortles occur
when a window is opened or closed, and when some menu items are
selected. Other than flash the sound works fine.
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