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  1. #741  
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble View Post
    "x" is missed calls, "v" is voicemail. Tap menu-X to display and dismiss the first, menu-V for the second.
    Thanks! Could not find it in the user's guide.
  2.    #742  
    Hi all,

    Version 7.00 (066) posted at www.shsh.com/beta

    - Daily journal: fix for time of call format.

    - Viewing contact call history: changed menu shortcut from
    'V' to 'Y' ('V' is taken for Voicemail).

    - i-Bar: added a page in preferences for editing/rearranging
    all the buttons.

    - Misc.: fix for bug when switching view modes ('buttons' 'list)
    in call-log screen.

    Thanks !
    Shimon Shnitzer
    Maker of TAKEphONE, 2day, 4cast, 2dial & CallCards -
    "Take telephony into your Palm"
    Web: http://www.shsh.com/products
    Blog: http://www.shsh.com/wordpress
    eMail: contact@shsh.com
  3. #743  
    Quote Originally Posted by TAKEphONE View Post
    Hi all,

    Version 7.00 (066) posted at www.shsh.com/beta

    - i-Bar: added a page in preferences for editing/rearranging
    all the buttons.
    Shimon, thank you!! It's great to be able to edit the i-Bar!!!!
  4. #744  
    Quote Originally Posted by TAKEphONE View Post
    - i-Bar: added a page in preferences for editing/rearranging
    all the buttons.
    Excellent!
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    #745  
    Quote Originally Posted by dwman View Post
    Shimon,

    Started noticing my phone resets when trying to send a contact via Chatter. Reset message says:

    StringMgr.c Line:68
    Null string passed

    Any thoughts?

    This is using the latest beta & a Treo 650
    Any news on this?? Shimon, I know you said you'd need something from the Chatter developer. But I never saw a resolution. I know chatter is not actively being developed anymore, but I'd love to be able to do this.

    Using 7.00 073 on a Treo 700p
  6.    #746  
    Quote Originally Posted by carrel View Post
    Any news on this?? Shimon, I know you said you'd need something from the Chatter developer. But I never saw a resolution. I know chatter is not actively being developed anymore, but I'd love to be able to do this.

    Using 7.00 073 on a Treo 700p
    Hi,

    Afraid we're "stuck" here...
    Shimon Shnitzer
    Maker of TAKEphONE, 2day, 4cast, 2dial & CallCards -
    "Take telephony into your Palm"
    Web: http://www.shsh.com/products
    Blog: http://www.shsh.com/wordpress
    eMail: contact@shsh.com
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    #747  
    I just switched to a 680 from a 650. I notice that if I am looking at the call log and do a "create and edit" with the latest version (073) the treo immediately crashes and reboots. Any suggestions?
  8. #748  
    Quote Originally Posted by vamp07 View Post
    I just switched to a 680 from a 650. I notice that if I am looking at the call log and do a "create and edit" with the latest version (073) the treo immediately crashes and reboots. Any suggestions?
    It's either a conflict with another app or some type of Contacts db corruption.

    How did you upgrade from the 650? Did you perform a "clean install" or did you just Hotsync everything over to the 680?
    V > Vx > m505 > m515 > T/T > T3 > TC > 650 > 680
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    #749  
    I did not do a clean install. I completely reset and did a clean install. That fixed the problem.

    Thanks



    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble View Post
    It's either a conflict with another app or some type of Contacts db corruption.

    How did you upgrade from the 650? Did you perform a "clean install" or did you just Hotsync everything over to the 680?
  10. #750  
    preferences/treo

    what does keyguard option do?
    and lookup dialed numbers?

    is there an instruction manual which describes its function, i want to use application to the fullest
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    #751  
    keyguard turns on the keyguard as soon as you hang up. I think lookup dialed numbers tries to associate any number dialed with a contact so that it shows in the call log as a the contact and not just the number.
    Visor Deluxe->Visor Edge (Upgraded for $100.00 just by giving them the Serial # of my Visor Deluxe plus I got to keep the Deluxe. Those were the days!)-> Palm M-505->M-515->Tungsten T->Zire 72->Treo 650->->Treo 700P->Treo 755P. Plus various replacements. 8130 Pearl....Sorry
  12. #752  
    First, I have not registered/paid yet (but I'm about to!)

    I posted this over at the Yahoo group ... then I figured out where everbody was!
    (I also found a bug today, I think ... will post separately)

    I was hoping you'd take a slight change (fix?) under consideration.
    Well actually a couple.

    (1) When switching screens there is an annoying replot. Starting from Find, I move right to the speed dial screen, for which I have two pages (skipping empty entries). The screen switch, from the second page of speed dials to the Dial Pad, first hesitates, then replots the first page of speed dials, and then moves on to the Dial Pad.

    Not a big thing, I'll admit, but disconcerting because I always think I've missed an alert or something. Also, when going "right to left" I do not go through the second page of speed dials so this replot does not happen.

    (2) I was hoping you could change the size and number per page of Speed Dial buttons to match the native phone app. On my Treo 700p, the Phone app has 14 per page (2x7).

    This bothers me for two reasons.

    (a) Arranging speed dials in the native app (required? or only for the trial version?) does not match the layout in TakePhone and its a pain to get them to line up on page boundries in Takephone.

    (b) There is an awful lot of "wasted" space in the speed dial buttons, seeing as the icon and speed dial letter take a "line" of their own. Though maybe you did this for people with "fatter" fingers.

    Any possibility of an option to "compact" the speed dial buttons?

    Thanks for a listening, and taking the time to write a "Treo worthy" phone app!

    Ken
  13. #753  
    I was trying to call in a refill for my prescriptions today, so I thought I'd test out the feature of cutting text from another app and pasting it "into the conversation". I called the pharmacy and navigated their menu up to the point of entering the scrip number, jumped over to the note (DateBk6) and cut the number from reminder to call.

    When I hit my hard key mapped to launch TakePhone, I got your screen asking if I wanted to conference in or just dial it. And lo and behold, there was my scrip number behind the words "Dial it" ... so far, great!

    I tapped "dial it", waited, nothing happened. Tapped it again, waited, nothing. Tapped it *again*, waiting even longer, still nothing. Tapped it yet again ...

    Suddenly my phone sprang back to life, dialed the scrip number into the conversation, then dialed 778 at the end of the scrip number. Needless to say, the number was rejected by the phone menu of the pharmacy.

    I tried this four times. Same result every time. As soon as I get the "conference/Dial it" screen, the app freezes. Any screen taps are remembered though, and as soon as it comes back to life and the first tap tells the popup to dial, the remaining taps go to whatever is underneath ... the dial pad (hence the 778 at the end).

    By the way, the pause is so long, that two out of those four tries, the interactive menu timed out on me (sending me to live person), and it was too late to dial the scrip number (assuming I had the self restraint to only tap the screen once). So, it is several seconds long, 10 or more, I figure.

    It seemed to me to be the kind of pause I get sometimes when the phone sucks down all the cpu trying to do signal processing or something (losing signal and getting it back again ... that sort of thing).

    Even if this the Treo phone control, or just a bug in Palms telephony API, it was so reliable, I wondered if you should not have put some detection in there to put up a "waiting" message until the phone was ready to actually take the numbers, before taking input (the "Tap to Dial" screen).

    Meanwhile, I'll be showing restraint and only tapping once, and waiting...
    Also, I downloaded your 2Dial app and will see if that won't be better suited to the task!

    Ken
  14.    #754  
    Quote Originally Posted by klatham View Post
    First, I have not registered/paid yet (but I'm about to!)

    I posted this over at the Yahoo group ... then I figured out where everbody was!
    (I also found a bug today, I think ... will post separately)

    I was hoping you'd take a slight change (fix?) under consideration.
    Well actually a couple.

    (1) When switching screens there is an annoying replot. Starting from Find, I move right to the speed dial screen, for which I have two pages (skipping empty entries). The screen switch, from the second page of speed dials to the Dial Pad, first hesitates, then replots the first page of speed dials, and then moves on to the Dial Pad.

    Not a big thing, I'll admit, but disconcerting because I always think I've missed an alert or something. Also, when going "right to left" I do not go through the second page of speed dials so this replot does not happen.

    (2) I was hoping you could change the size and number per page of Speed Dial buttons to match the native phone app. On my Treo 700p, the Phone app has 14 per page (2x7).

    This bothers me for two reasons.

    (a) Arranging speed dials in the native app (required? or only for the trial version?) does not match the layout in TakePhone and its a pain to get them to line up on page boundries in Takephone.

    (b) There is an awful lot of "wasted" space in the speed dial buttons, seeing as the icon and speed dial letter take a "line" of their own. Though maybe you did this for people with "fatter" fingers.

    Any possibility of an option to "compact" the speed dial buttons?

    Thanks for a listening, and taking the time to write a "Treo worthy" phone app!

    Ken
    Hi, and welcome !

    I see the "flicker" thing now. Will try to fix it.

    Regarding the speed dial "compressed" view - as always - when enough requests accumulate - I will try to add this, too.

    Thanks for the input !
    Shimon Shnitzer
    Maker of TAKEphONE, 2day, 4cast, 2dial & CallCards -
    "Take telephony into your Palm"
    Web: http://www.shsh.com/products
    Blog: http://www.shsh.com/wordpress
    eMail: contact@shsh.com
  15.    #755  
    Quote Originally Posted by klatham View Post
    I was trying to call in a refill for my prescriptions today, so I thought I'd test out the feature of cutting text from another app and pasting it "into the conversation". I called the pharmacy and navigated their menu up to the point of entering the scrip number, jumped over to the note (DateBk6) and cut the number from reminder to call.

    When I hit my hard key mapped to launch TakePhone, I got your screen asking if I wanted to conference in or just dial it. And lo and behold, there was my scrip number behind the words "Dial it" ... so far, great!

    I tapped "dial it", waited, nothing happened. Tapped it again, waited, nothing. Tapped it *again*, waiting even longer, still nothing. Tapped it yet again ...

    Suddenly my phone sprang back to life, dialed the scrip number into the conversation, then dialed 778 at the end of the scrip number. Needless to say, the number was rejected by the phone menu of the pharmacy.

    I tried this four times. Same result every time. As soon as I get the "conference/Dial it" screen, the app freezes. Any screen taps are remembered though, and as soon as it comes back to life and the first tap tells the popup to dial, the remaining taps go to whatever is underneath ... the dial pad (hence the 778 at the end).

    By the way, the pause is so long, that two out of those four tries, the interactive menu timed out on me (sending me to live person), and it was too late to dial the scrip number (assuming I had the self restraint to only tap the screen once). So, it is several seconds long, 10 or more, I figure.

    It seemed to me to be the kind of pause I get sometimes when the phone sucks down all the cpu trying to do signal processing or something (losing signal and getting it back again ... that sort of thing).

    Even if this the Treo phone control, or just a bug in Palms telephony API, it was so reliable, I wondered if you should not have put some detection in there to put up a "waiting" message until the phone was ready to actually take the numbers, before taking input (the "Tap to Dial" screen).

    Meanwhile, I'll be showing restraint and only tapping once, and waiting...
    Also, I downloaded your 2Dial app and will see if that won't be better suited to the task!

    Ken

    I will try to replicate & investigate this.
    Thanks.
    Shimon Shnitzer
    Maker of TAKEphONE, 2day, 4cast, 2dial & CallCards -
    "Take telephony into your Palm"
    Web: http://www.shsh.com/products
    Blog: http://www.shsh.com/wordpress
    eMail: contact@shsh.com
  16.    #756  
    Quote Originally Posted by klatham View Post
    I was trying to call in a refill for my prescriptions today, so I thought I'd test out the feature of cutting text from another app and pasting it "into the conversation". I called the pharmacy and navigated their menu up to the point of entering the scrip number, jumped over to the note (DateBk6) and cut the number from reminder to call.

    When I hit my hard key mapped to launch TakePhone, I got your screen asking if I wanted to conference in or just dial it. And lo and behold, there was my scrip number behind the words "Dial it" ... so far, great!

    I tapped "dial it", waited, nothing happened. Tapped it again, waited, nothing. Tapped it *again*, waiting even longer, still nothing. Tapped it yet again ...

    Suddenly my phone sprang back to life, dialed the scrip number into the conversation, then dialed 778 at the end of the scrip number. Needless to say, the number was rejected by the phone menu of the pharmacy.

    I tried this four times. Same result every time. As soon as I get the "conference/Dial it" screen, the app freezes. Any screen taps are remembered though, and as soon as it comes back to life and the first tap tells the popup to dial, the remaining taps go to whatever is underneath ... the dial pad (hence the 778 at the end).

    By the way, the pause is so long, that two out of those four tries, the interactive menu timed out on me (sending me to live person), and it was too late to dial the scrip number (assuming I had the self restraint to only tap the screen once). So, it is several seconds long, 10 or more, I figure.

    It seemed to me to be the kind of pause I get sometimes when the phone sucks down all the cpu trying to do signal processing or something (losing signal and getting it back again ... that sort of thing).

    Even if this the Treo phone control, or just a bug in Palms telephony API, it was so reliable, I wondered if you should not have put some detection in there to put up a "waiting" message until the phone was ready to actually take the numbers, before taking input (the "Tap to Dial" screen).

    Meanwhile, I'll be showing restraint and only tapping once, and waiting...
    Also, I downloaded your 2Dial app and will see if that won't be better suited to the task!

    Ken
    Hi,

    Just tried that, and it seems to work ok.
    What version of TAKEphONE are you using ? the latest is at www.shsh.com/beta

    Note: I tried that selecting text from the built-in Memo application. Maybe it's something with DateBk6 ? can you try selecting the text from the Memo app ?
    Shimon Shnitzer
    Maker of TAKEphONE, 2day, 4cast, 2dial & CallCards -
    "Take telephony into your Palm"
    Web: http://www.shsh.com/products
    Blog: http://www.shsh.com/wordpress
    eMail: contact@shsh.com
  17. #757  
    Quote Originally Posted by TAKEphONE View Post
    Hi,

    Just tried that, and it seems to work ok.
    What version of TAKEphONE are you using ? the latest is at www.shsh.com/beta

    Note: I tried that selecting text from the built-in Memo application. Maybe it's something with DateBk6 ? can you try selecting the text from the Memo app ?
    Ok, retried with newest beta (073) and the built-in Memo pad.
    Not quite the same results, though I did get a pause again, but only on the second time around.

    I dialed into work's voicemail, and jumped over to MemoPad (Home and tap Memos) copied my extension and hit Phone button, mapped to Takephone.
    Popup, asking if I wanted to paste into the current conversation (or something, in a bit of a hurry to beat the timeout)
    Another popup with 4 buttons, one to conference, one to paste the digits (unhiglighted), one to paste the digits (highlighted) and one to cancel.
    Hit the Dial (paste) button which was highlighted.
    Worked fine (and immediately),

    Then it played my greeting during which I can hit * to log in.

    Jumped back to Memo, copied out a longer string with *,nnnn#,pppppp# (n = id, p=passwd)
    Hit Phone button again
    Only got the 4-button popup this time.
    Now it essentially locked, would not take the taps just like in the original report.
    (it did unfreeze and play the digits eventually)

    I'm beginning to think this is "one of those problems" with the 700p. The phone seems to have a way of pausing the entire device for short periods. Though I must admit, this is the longest "pause" I've ever seen the phone make. It's long enough to almost be certain a reset is necessary. I counted it off this time, I got to 14 (so pretty close to 14 seconds). Which is an eternity to our voice mail menu!

    I realized what is the really frustrating thing about this. The overwhelming feeling that the first tap not being seen is *my* fault for not tapping "cleanly" enough. It's amost impossible to resist tapping at least twice, and its that second one that ends up doing you in, because it dials an extra digit.

    This is not critical for me, now that I have 2Dial.
    Heyyy, wait a minute! Did you do this on purpose so people would buy 2Dial!!! (seriously, just joking!)

    Ken
  18.    #758  
    Hi,

    It may be related to the actual (long) string you are trying to dial - maybe it blocks the carrier system (thinking it's some sort of a system code)
    Shimon Shnitzer
    Maker of TAKEphONE, 2day, 4cast, 2dial & CallCards -
    "Take telephony into your Palm"
    Web: http://www.shsh.com/products
    Blog: http://www.shsh.com/wordpress
    eMail: contact@shsh.com
  19. #759  
    Quote Originally Posted by TAKEphONE View Post
    Hi,

    It may be related to the actual (long) string you are trying to dial - maybe it blocks the carrier system (thinking it's some sort of a system code)
    From an entirely academic standpoint (since I am using 2Dial for these things now) and being a programmer myself, I'm curious. That statement makes me think that they haven't changed the way we used to communicate with old style modems. I used to work at AT&T and did my share of telephony work with what are now really *old* modems, including some really slow "radio modems".

    Even those things eventually went over to the USR string protocol with registers for status setting and reporting ... you aren't telling me they make you communicate with the telephony on that basis are you?

    From another perspective altogether ... I do have to wonder what is the difference between the way you dial from 2Dial (using a stored string with the same content) and when you try to use it from the Palm clipboard? Because 2Dial does not seem to have any trouble getting that same string into the call.

    Feel free not to answer (or just blow me off), I won't be offended. I know you probably have better things to do than educate *me* on Palm programming ...

    Ken
  20.    #760  
    Quote Originally Posted by klatham View Post
    From an entirely academic standpoint (since I am using 2Dial for these things now) and being a programmer myself, I'm curious. That statement makes me think that they haven't changed the way we used to communicate with old style modems. I used to work at AT&T and did my share of telephony work with what are now really *old* modems, including some really slow "radio modems".

    Even those things eventually went over to the USR string protocol with registers for status setting and reporting ... you aren't telling me they make you communicate with the telephony on that basis are you?

    From another perspective altogether ... I do have to wonder what is the difference between the way you dial from 2Dial (using a stored string with the same content) and when you try to use it from the Palm clipboard? Because 2Dial does not seem to have any trouble getting that same string into the call.

    Feel free not to answer (or just blow me off), I won't be offended. I know you probably have better things to do than educate *me* on Palm programming ...

    Ken
    Hi,

    Dont know about the AT-Commands - I just call (an undocumented) library call named 'phnLibSendDTMF' or something like that.

    You are right about the difference between 2dial & TAKEphONE. I will try to figure out why the difference. I can only guess this may have to do with the inner structure difference between the two, or to the fact 2dial is locked in memory in a different way.
    Shimon Shnitzer
    Maker of TAKEphONE, 2day, 4cast, 2dial & CallCards -
    "Take telephony into your Palm"
    Web: http://www.shsh.com/products
    Blog: http://www.shsh.com/wordpress
    eMail: contact@shsh.com

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