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I sometimes want to increase the output volume on my laptop beyond 100 %. In order to do so I need to open "Sound" in "System Settings". I would like to set a keyboard shortcut to do that. I found out that I can set a custum shortcut in System Settings > Keyboard > Shortcuts with the command "gnome-control-center sound", which will bring up "Sound". So far that works well, but there is a little optimization that I would like but cannot figure out. The problem is this: When I use the shortcut to open "Sound", the focus is not on "Output volume". So before I can modify the output volume with the arrow keys, I need to either click on output volume or hit the Tab key five times, thus moving the focus to output volume. My question is this: Is there something that I can add to the command "gnome-control-center sound" so that the focus is moved to "Output volume" automatically, for example something equivalent to "hit Tab key five times"?
Thanks in advance for your help! Wolfhart