First of all thanks for Plexamp. having a minimalistic linux client + gapless playback really rocks.
As far as I can tell, currently Plexamp runs using mpd, configured to use ALSA primarily on linux. This means that managing its volume, and doing things like sending Plexamp to bluetooth, is unnecessarily hard.
mpd can be configured to use pulseaudio (see https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Music_Player_Daemon#Configure_audio) but I've poked around Plexamp's config folder and I cannot find the mpd.conf file. I did find it at runtime in /tmp/ but that'll be overwritten at next restart I'd assume.
Is there a way you guys could add pulseaudio support in the future, or expose the mpd.conf file so us linux users can tweak it for our needs? I unfortunately cannot use Plexamp as my main player until I can easily manage its volume through pulse.
Also just generally if we could get some sort of public documentation for all the ways we can configure plexamp that'd be nice, as is the config.json file is a bit obscure and google searches don't give many results.