I know that. Maybe I didn't explain it properly.
When you select Bitrate slider (or hover over it with cursor) you can move value up (in values that are common for mp3 bitrate), but only up, with keyboard and mouse. To decrease bitrate you either have to grab the dot with mouse and drag it back or click with mouse anywhere on that slider. There's no way to decrease value with keyboard or mouse wheel.
On the other hand, it does work for buffer.
Also works for replaygain, silence detector and crossfaders.
So, every other slider can be controlled up/down with scroll wheel when cursor hovers over it or with keyborad L/R UP/DOWN keys when selected.
radiometer wrote:I got back to the problem with gstreamer 1.0 on opensuse leap. It seems that the gstreamer 1.0 packages from leap don't work properly, but those from opensuse tumbleweed do. I.e. the problem is solved in the sense that this isn't guayadeques fault.
The patches regarding wxWidgets from above are still required, though. They should be regarded as a hack, since I'm not familiar with wx and therefore I have no idea on how to do this in a "clean" way (i.e. the way wx should be used).
A note to all KDE Plasma 5 users: the GTK3 version of the (default) Breeze theme is more or less broken as of Plasma 5.6 so that the Guayadeque GUI looks totally messed up. The Adwaita theme (this was the default in KDE 4) works fine.
With latest commit it should compile now without any problems... Just need the wxsqlite3 package