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Handling the external application script
20. Jan 2018 at 11:50
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Good afternoon! 

External applications: Connected call 
- I receive an incoming call, I pick up the phone, the script is running 
- I translate a call to my friend and the script works again 
Yes, that's right! 
Will the developers of the program have the ability to split these fields, so that the script does not work out for the outgoing call? 

External applications: incoming call
The bell comes in and the script works right away (I did not pick up the receiver). If several calls arrive, the script works several times. How can I make the script work only with an incoming call and only when the phone is answered?  Cry
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Re: Handling the external application script
Reply #1 - 22. Jan 2018 at 11:30
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If "DND" is activated no script for incoming calls is called here. Are you using an actual version of PhonerLite?
  
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Re: Handling the external application script
Reply #2 - 22. Jan 2018 at 15:13
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Phoner Admin wrote on 22. Jan 2018 at 11:30:
If "DND" is activated no script for incoming calls is called here. Are you using an actual version of PhonerLite?


I'm using the latest version (2.57). You correctly write that when the DND script is active, the script does not work.
Situation of life:
I talked to a friend on the phone, do business in a browser or in a notebook, another friend or friend calls me and the script starts working, and I have not finished my thoughts on the first call.
Ideally, I wanted to get the script work only after the handset was up on the incoming call.
  
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Reply #3 - 22. Jan 2018 at 16:28
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If you don't want new calls signaled when another call exists, you can deactivate "call waiting". That is the button in toolbar showing hook and hourglass.
  
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Re: Handling the external application script
Reply #4 - 26. Jan 2018 at 15:30
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Phoner Admin wrote on 22. Jan 2018 at 16:28:
If you don't want new calls signaled when another call exists, you can deactivate "call waiting". That is the button in toolbar showing hook and hourglass.

The "call waiting" button is turned on and off - nothing changes, with the incoming call the script starts working.
How to make the script start only on an incoming call and a raised handset?


Below is a script. I substitute it in the "incoming call"
  

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Reply #5 - 29. Jan 2018 at 14:57
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If you disable call waiting (the icon on the button is grayed) you should get no notification for any further call while another call is active.

You want something different. You want to open an external application for connected calls only - in your special requirement for incoming connected calls only. But that is not possible with the actual implementation.
There is a built-in COM server in PhonerLite. You can write an application that can handle this interface. You get notifications for call state changes. That should fit your needs.
  
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Reply #6 - 30. May 2018 at 15:14
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Excellent. Just what I was looking for.
  
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