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  1.    #1  
    I just downloaded and installed build 038 with the hope of getting credit card dialing to work. Still no luck for me.

    I user a Sprint call card where the sequence is
    accessnumber 0numberdialing accountnumber

    I have tried a variety of pause characters resulting in the following:
    accessnumber x 0Nnumberdialing x accountnumber
    accessnumber t 0Nnumberdialing t accountnumber
    accessnumber p 0Nnumberdialing p accountnumber

    In all 3 cases the access number is dialed, I hear the sprint recording ask for the 0+numberdialing and then a message saying "the call can not be completed as enterred, please check the number ..."

    Anyone get calling cards to work on a treo650?
    Pilot 5K->Palm IIIc->Tungsten T/T2->Treo 650/680 -> Pre+ (1.4.5 & Uberkernel)
  2. #2  
    Hi,

    In the case of
    accessnumber x 0Nnumberdialing x accountnumber

    do you see a TAKEphONE dialog when the call is answered ?
    (asking you to tap to continue dialing)

    If not - please try
    accessnumber tx 0Nnumberdialing x accountnumber
    (no space between the tx)

    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.    #3  
    I do not see the TP dialog box in either case. I tried following:

    accessnumber x 0Nnumberdialing x accountnumber
    and
    accessnumber tx 0Nnumberdialing x accountnumber

    All I see is the Treo Dialog box showing the accessnumber with "Dialing" next to it. At the bottom are the Hangup and Speakerphone buttons.

    Also the Fast DTMF option is selected.
    Pilot 5K->Palm IIIc->Tungsten T/T2->Treo 650/680 -> Pre+ (1.4.5 & Uberkernel)
  4. #4  
    Hi,

    I know we did this via email, but let's try this again:

    1. You have "Do pauses" turned ON in TAKEphONE's "PalmOne Treo" preferences.
    2. You have defined a calling card with a script of
    18001234567xNx776677 (ACCESSNUMBERxNxACCOUNTNUMBER)
    3. In TAKEphONE's "Telephony" prefs, you have "Use calling-card" ON.
    4. There, you have either "North american dialing" or "Translate based..." ON.
    5. You have a calling-card defined, and in the "Calling-cards" page the option "Use card automatically" is OFF.
    6. You are using the latest version - 6.50 (038) - from www.shsh.com/beta

    7. Now - you try to dial a number matching the call-card rule. Do you see a popup dialog with the called number including the access-number,etc - BEFORE dialing actually begins ?
    8. If you do - do you see the whole number - including the x (or tx) and the rest ?
    9. If you dont - please try creating a contact with the full number (including access number) and call it (just to test) ?

    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
  5.    #5  
    Well now we are getting somewhere. I never had "Do pauses" checked. Using the tx codes before N (number called) and an x after the N brought out the TP dialoge box to dial the extra digits.

    For now it seems to be working.

    What is the difference between using just x versus tx?
    Pilot 5K->Palm IIIc->Tungsten T/T2->Treo 650/680 -> Pre+ (1.4.5 & Uberkernel)
  6. #6  
    Quote Originally Posted by swieder
    Well now we are getting somewhere. I never had "Do pauses" checked. Using the tx codes before N (number called) and an x after the N brought out the TP dialoge box to dial the extra digits.

    For now it seems to be working.

    What is the difference between using just x versus tx?
    Hi,

    Great !

    x alone waits for the call to be answered, then shows the dialog to continue.
    tx does not wait for an answer, but shows it after a short while.
    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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