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Phonerlite, Speed Dial - Play Tones (Send digits)
04. Jun 2021 at 15:09
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Is there anyway to have Phonerlite not start a new call from the speed dial button. We have two instances where it would be great to not have it dial on a new line.

We have a login, where we need to play a sequence of keys on the current call, to authenticate the user. To prevent them having to slowly dial the digits and get it wrong and start again, we wanted to save it in the phone book, and it "played back" via the speed dial.

We also have a SIP server controlled conference and transfer system (*3 *6 *5 for example), where it would be much better to have a speed dial labelled "Transfer" which simply sends the digits configured, rather than trying to start a new call.

Any advice would be great
  
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Re: Phonerlite, Speed Dial - Play Tones (Send digits)
Reply #1 - 07. Jun 2021 at 08:38
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You can create a phone book entry that contains the conference number and some commas (one comma = 200 ms pause, or one semicolon = 1 second pause) and the digits for login.

At the moment there is no way to configure a speed dial button just for sending DTMF. I will think about a way to enable this in a future version.
  
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Re: Phonerlite, Speed Dial - Play Tones (Send digits)
Reply #2 - 08. Jun 2021 at 13:22
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I uploaded a new beta version of PhonerLite. If you create a phonebook entry with the comment "DTMF" and assign this on a speed dial button via drag&Drap - you can press that button during a call and the "number" is send as DTMF digits. You can use comma (200 ms) and semicolon (1 second) within the number do use a pause between the digits.
  
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