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Could be related to the change youtube recently made to HTML5 videos by default. Early February if I remember correctly. Related Article: Youtube Says Goodbye to Flash Note: Would have posted as a comment not an answer but don't yet have the rep for it


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If blacklisting doesn't work you can - Open Rb > Tools > Plugins Scroll down, find & disable the Mpris Dbus.. plugin, close Rb Then in dconf editor remove rhythmbox.desktop from interested-media-players, a log out/in may then be required, may not.


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I looked and found this one in the software center. It is called Pulseaudio Volume Meter (Playback) It will be found on the side, but you just double click on the icon and then you can drag and drop it wherever you would like.


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That was not the whole problem as I see now. You see, after the re-installation of the alsa drivers, there was no 'sound indicator' in the system tray. I tried to access system options but... there were only some of them, like here. I needed to re-install the unity-control-center and that did the trick. Finally, Welcome to Ask Ubuntu! ;-) Could you ...


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Try using html5 player on youtube. You can set your preference on youtube.com/html5.


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Thanks to Deus, doing the following helped: sudo apt-get install kubuntu-restricted-extras The command most appropriate to your version of Ubuntu can be found here. I am using Kubuntu 14.10 presently.


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I've used MaryTTS for a while and I think it's (most likely) the best TTS engine for Ubuntu. It British and American English, German, French, Italian, Swedish, Russian, Turkish, and Telugu with more languages down the line. It also offers the choice of creating a new voice, so you can tailor it to suit your needs.



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