reverse stereo

yeah, I would like the reverse stereo feature added.

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You might have to explain that a little more; it looks like we've come in halfway through some other conversation.

But maybe you should focus on testing and providing feedback on the patch I've recently sent you for ignoring backup equaliser configuration files first. (If you didn't receive my recent e-mail traffic then you should review your MOC Forum profile and/or spam folder.)

You might have to explain that a little more

it is usually a technical need when testing speakers or headphones. It could be helpful in various situations.

[ ... ] feedback on the patch I've recently sent you [ ... ] you should review your [ ... ] spam folder.)

i just checked my emails and found it in the spams; i marked the two emails you sent as "not junk". In fact i'm still using v. 2.5.1 so i manually applied the changes to the corresponding file in my version sources, that's what i did with the patch for the status display. It works.

It is usually a technical need when testing speakers or headphones.

Then it sounds like tomaszg's suggestion of channel-mapping in your sound subsystem's configuration is the answer... at least for now.

I ... found it in the spams.

All my e-mails carry a Hashcash anti-spam header, so you might want to get your e-mail service to honour them.

It works.

Great. And my other question to you: do you think dot-files should also be ignored?

do you think dot-files should also be ignored?

of course, they are by default hidden files in linux, unless a special config command was issued.

I'll add those as well, then.

It looks like the issue best resolved by either fixing audio files (if some are broken) or by ALSA or Pulseaudio configuration (if the whole system configuration is wrong).