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    Default Lost slider controls in Kmix

    Im running 11.3 w/ KDE 4.6.

    I was using Kmix today without issue and accidentally (perhaps out of curiosity) clicked the 'close' box on the tab which presented all of the volume controls.

    The thing is, I cannot seem to find out how to recreate it. I seem to recall there was some option to create multiple volume control tabs, but I cannot locate.

    Could someone point me in the right direction on how to recreate the tab or delete the kmix settings/config - which I assume would re-create defaults?

    Thanks.

    Steve

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    Im running 11.3 w/ KDE 4.6.

    I was using Kmix today without issue and accidentally (perhaps out of curiosity) clicked the 'close' box on the tab which presented all of the volume controls.

    The thing is, I cannot seem to find out how to recreate it. I seem to recall there was some option to create multiple volume control tabs, but I cannot locate.

    Could someone point me in the right direction on how to recreate the tab or delete the kmix settings/config - which I assume would re-create defaults?

    Thanks.

    Steve
    Hello Steve. Right Click on the Speaker Icon in the System Tray and select Restore. On the Tab Selection Line, just under the name File is a small white rectangle with a yellow Dot in its upper left corner. Select it with your mouse and a small window will pop up. Next to the Select Mixer option at the top is a pull down box with four selections. One or more of these selections represents a tab you are missing.: Playback/Capture Devices or Playback/Capture Streams. Select this missing tab name then select All Controls and then OK. The Tab will reappear though nothing may be in it and presently matching that category of devices.

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