Currently when I press the media keys on this PC the volume goes up or down in 10% increments.
As these buttons on the PC have no tactile/haptic feedback, they are just little lights above the keyboard, and as they seem to be massively sensitive to touch, I am either racing to full volume in a fraction of a second or muting the audio.Headphones with this PC is therefore dangerous, as I risk deafening myself :/
Is there a way to change the %age step increment to a lower value?
All the Ubuntu (Gnome) answers I get from a search say it is no longer possible but as ti now hardcoded value, although it used to be possible to change it in a conf file somewhere. Seems like it is controlled by the desktop manager/environment. Search results for Moksha/E17 seem to be non-existent, so it possible in Moksha to change this value?