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Manual Reference Pages  -  ASMIXER (1)

NAME

asmixer - the AfterStep Mixer

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Defaults
Invocation
See Also
Copyrights
Credits

SYNOPSIS

asmixer [ -help ] [ -g geometry ] [ -d device ] [ -1 control ] [ -2 control ] [ -3 control ] [ -t title ] [ -v rate ] [ -w withdrawn ]

DESCRIPTION

asmixer is a nice little application for controlling the volume of various sound outputs through three slider bars. It can be swallowed into Afterstep’s Wharf for ease of use.

OPTIONS

-h -help --help
SOS, 911, etc.

-g [+|-]x[+|-]y
standard format for where you want to exile asmixer
-d device
the mixer device to harass
-1 -2 -3 control
this binds a slider to a specific sound device:

VOLUME, BASS, TREBLE, SYNTH, PCM, SPEAKER, LINE,
MIC, CD, IMIX, ALPTPCM, RECLEV, IGAIN, OGAIN,
LINE1, LINE2, LINE3

-w
WindowMaker withdrawn window support.

-v volume
the volume (1-100) to set the first slider to

DEFAULTS

-d /dev/mixer -1 VOLUME -2 CD -3 PCM -t asmixer

INVOCATION

asmixer can be called from one of many ways. The most common invocation is Afterstep’s .steprc:

*Wharf "mixer" nil Swallow "asmixer" asmixer -g -1-1 &

This line will cause asmixer to be swallowed into Wharf, which 9 out of 10 dentists agree is cool. You will then be able to slide to your hearts content in perfect Wharf comfort!

Another way to call asmixer is from the command line:

        [ximenes@leo]$ asmixer -d /dev/mixer -t asmixer -v 95 &

This will pop up a little window with asmixer helplessly imprisoned inside. Don’t worry, it likes it.

SEE ALSO

afterstep(1), Wharf(1)

COPYRIGHTS

Copyright 1997, Rob Malda <malda@cs.hope.edu>. Distributed under GNU GPL v2 ; see LICENSE file for more informations.

CREDITS

Rob Malda <malde@cs.hope.edu> -- Ye Olde Application Ximenes Zalteca <ximenes@null.net> -- Page O’ Fun
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asmixer ASMIXER (0.4.1) 17 May 1997

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