Thanks for the pointer to the keyboard shortcuts. I’d like to find a way to change the volume up/down increment, as the default of 5 dB is a rather large step.
Regarding a context menu, I agree that the icons are on every screen. Still, I have used back/forward context menus with Web browsers, and I find that since these are very frequently used controls, it’s helpful not to have to move the mouse pointer every time they are needed.
My Logitech mouse has two thumb buttons that are set up to move through the navigation history of a browser (and this is the default). They work the same in Roon. If you have a mouse with those buttons, perhaps they will solve “1.”
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Using the scroll wheel to adjust the volume would be great… come to think about it there was a request back in April for it [/quote]
It seems to me the most convenient way (for the user) would be to hover over the volume icon and (in that position) the scroll wheel would control volume.
I, too, very much like the idea of being to use the mouse scroll wheel to adjust the volume.
Now that I’ve got a RPi + Pi-Dac+ driving my headphones, I’m having to use the volume control in Roon, so ease of use is important, and dragging a slider is not particularly handy…
Perhaps while this feature is being looked at, some fine tuning of the corresponding keyboard shortcuts (Ctrl-Up, Ctrl-Down) might be in order? Currently, each keypress alters the volume by 5%. This seems to me to be a rather large jump - could it be made to be just 1%? After all, holding the key down will rapidly alter the volume if required.
Yes, those extra buttons can be useful. I had forgotten about them, because on my Logitech mouse, one of them is broken. Also, I also can’t seem to get the hang of repositioning my hand to use them comfortably. Maybe that’s a quirk of my anatomy (or brain ).