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Old 17th May 2011, 06:23 PM
stone head Offline
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Whenever ending a skype call, rhythmbox start playing

Whenever i call someone on skype and he declines, or when a skype call ends, rhythmbox starts playing if open.

At first i didnt understand why this is happening, and then i realised that skype automatically stops rhythmbox when a call enters, and then plays rhythmbox when the call ends.

But what if i wasnt listening to music in the first place, and rhythmbox just happend to be open?

certainly not a showstopper, but an annoying behaviour nevertheless.
Old 17th May 2011, 06:54 PM
Adunaic Offline
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Re: Whenever ending a skype call, rhythmbox start playing

I cannot remember if I ever solved this problem. What happens if you disable skype from having control over sound?
Old 17th May 2011, 10:02 PM
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Re: Whenever ending a skype call, rhythmbox start playing

Probably not new in F15, I had the same problem in F13. Annoyingly, I never found a way around it.

ending, playing, rhythmbox, skype, start

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