On Sun, Jul 25, 2010 at 2:16 PM, James Morris wrote:
That looks like it might be an instance of the bug I thought I'd
fixed. It's especially odd because I too have a Delta66 and AMD64 for
testing, but Fedora as distro.
Did you build with the default --with-gtk2=yes and what version of
gtk2 do you have?
If you switch to the Monitor PCMs panel (
) first, then start the audio, does the same thing happen? In adding
the peak levels to the "Analog Volumes" panels, there's a complication
with the original way the code was written, so that I have to
special-case for the situation where the widgetry in "Monitor PCMs"
hasn't been configured yet.... It's an unfortunate hack, and a bug I
just fixed, so it's likely the source of the problem.
Thanks for the feedback. Please let me know if the suggestion above helps any
Part of the original reasons for these changes was to lower the CPU
usage, not raise it.
What's the CPU usage like running regular /usr/bin/envy24control ?
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