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I've recently installed Ubuntu 13.10, and wasn't aware of this web integration service. So when i visited youtube in firefox, and it asked me to install something to make it easier, some youtube service, i did. And since then, i have a youtube option to control in my volume applet in the panel along with rhythmbox. How can i remove the youtube from my volume?

Thanks a lot!

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This OMG Ubuntu has a good guide:

[How to] Remove Multiple Players from Ubuntu Sound Menu | OMG! Ubuntu!

Navigate to the following ‘key’ using the tree menu in the left-hand sidebar:

com > canonical > indicator > sound > blacklisted-media-players

Double click the closed brackets next to ‘blacklisted-media-players‘ and enter the names of the players you wish to hide inside, bookending its name with two apostrophes (‘).

['rhythmbox']

If you're looking to remove more than one, use a comma:

['rhythmbox','beatbox','amarok']
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I have deactivated all three of the addons: Ubuntu online accounts, Unity desktop integration, Unity websites integration - but the youtube is still in there. And i loged out and loged back in. –  holden Oct 24 '13 at 9:58
    
can you provide me a screenshot plz ? –  Private Oct 24 '13 at 9:59
    
Would, but it (indicator) disappears right before the screenshot occurs. Now i also have an Ubuntu Music Store indicator there also, and i can't get rid of it :( –  holden Oct 25 '13 at 19:11
    
Private, thank you very very much, this has helped!!! –  holden Nov 8 '13 at 8:51

Search for unity-webapps-youtube in the software centre

[ubuntu] How to remove the "Youtube" firefox app? (12.10)

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