I’m using PulseEffects (installed from official repos) and it has worded fine for some day. But now after systemstart it doesn’t apply the effects although it seems to be active and working. I always have to open it and reactivate the effect to get it working.
I felt free to make a short video to demonstrate the problem.
Sorry for not mentioning: already tried to reset settings and reinstall PE.
As a workaround I managed to make an autostart script which switches between two presets. The applied effect becomes active then.
pulseeffects -l 11
pulseeffects -l 00
I had to actually switch between one preset that turned the EQ off, and another one that turned it back on. Then I pointed my ~/.config/autostart file at the new script.
> cat /usr/local/bin/pulseeffects-fix
pulseeffects --gapplication-service &
pulseeffects -l 13-band-off
pulseeffects -l 13-band-perfect
So here is the deal; according to upstream, https://github.com/wwmm/pulseeffects/issues/952, wwmm states in his last post that the openSUSE maintainer needs to build a new version of pulseeffects. This is because of the version of dconf that is on TW. I see that this has been mentioned on the build page, https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/openSUSE%3AFactory/pulseeffects, but no explanation was added. I will add a link to the github issue and this post to the build page.
Should I post a bug report as well, or is the build page enough?
I installed the new version from the experimental repo, and the problem is fixed. The maintainer is pushing it to stable at this time.