[jitsi-users] how to accept a call ?


#1

Hello

1)
We've subscribed for GTalk, installed latest Jitsi, tried to call
each other - the call goes through, but there is no button to accept
the call ! I've found the list of hot keys in options - but pressing
Cntrl-Shift-A or Cntrl-Shift-P [BTW what's the difference between
these two keys combinations] does not help.

Any clue ?

2) Where I can get the list of maillist commands ? I've only guessed
how to send message to the list by looking at archive messages at the
web site.

thanks

Sergey


#2

Hello

Where I can get the list of maillist commands ? I've only guessed
how to send message to the list by looking at archive messages at the
web site.

thanks

Sergey


#3

Hello

We've subscribed for GTalk, installed latest Jitsi on WinXP SP3,
tried to call each other - the call goes through, but there is no
button to accept the call ! I've found the list of hot keys in
options - but pressing Cntrl-Shift-A or Cntrl-Shift-P [BTW what's
the difference between these two keys combinations] does not help.

Any clue ?

thanks

Sergey


#4

Hey there,

This should help:

mailto:sympa@jitsi.java.net?subject=help

In return you should get something that looks like this:

              SYMPA -- Systeme de Multi-Postage Automatique
                       (Automatic Mailing System)

                                User's Guide

SYMPA is an electronic mailing-list manager that automates list
management functions such as subscriptions, moderation, and archive
management.

All commands must be sent to the electronic address sympa@jitsi.java.net

You can put multiple commands in a message. These commands must appear
in the message body and each line must contain only one command.

Available commands are:

HELp * This help file
INFO <list> * Information about a list
LISts * Directory of lists managed on this node
REView <list> * Displays the subscribers to <list>
WHICH * Displays which lists you are subscribed to
SUBscribe <list> <name> * To subscribe or to confirm a subscription
to <list>.

UNSubscribe <list> <EMAIL> * To quit <list>. <EMAIL> is an optional
email address, useful if different from your "From:" address.
UNSubscribe * <EMAIL> * To quit all lists.

SET <list>|* NOMAIL * To suspend the message reception for <list>
SET <list>|* DIGEST * Message reception in compilation mode
SET <list|*> DIGESTPLAIN * Message reception in compilation mode,
sent as a plain text email with all attachments
SET <list>|* SUMMARY * Receiving the message index only
SET <list>|* NOTICE * Receiving message subject only
SET <list>|* MAIL * <list> reception in normal mode
SET <list>|* CONCEAL * To become unlisted (hidden subscriber
address)
SET <list>|* NOCONCEAL * Subscriber address visible via REView

INDex <list> * <list> archive file list
GET <list> <file> * To get <file> of <list> archive
LAST <list> * Used to received the last message from <list>
INVITE <list> <email> * Invite <email> for subscription in <list>
CONFIRM <key> * Confirmation for sending a message
(depending on the list configuration)
QUIT * Indicates the end of the commands (to
ignore a signature)

···

-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
The following commands are available only for lists owners or moderators:

ADD <list> user@host Full name * To add a user to a list
DEL <list> user@host * To delete a user from a list
STATS <list> * To consult the statistics for <list>

REMIND <list> * Send a reminder message to each
subscriber (this is a way to inform anyone what is his real subscribing
email).

Powered by Sympa 5.3.3 : http://www.sympa.org

On 07.04.13, 21:47, expt@mail.ru wrote:

Hello

Where I can get the list of maillist commands ? I've only guessed
how to send message to the list by looking at archive messages at the
web site.

thanks

Sergey

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https://jitsi.org


#5

Hey Sergey,

Hello

We've subscribed for GTalk, installed latest Jitsi on WinXP SP3,
tried to call each other - the call goes through, but there is no
button to accept the call !

You should be seeing a dialog appear in the middle of the screen with
answer and hangup buttons. If it's not showing then something must be
going wrong. Can we have a look at your logs?

I've found the list of hot keys in
options - but pressing Cntrl-Shift-A or Cntrl-Shift-P [BTW what's
the difference between these two keys combinations] does not help.

The former would only answer a call. The latter would answer any
incoming calls and, if there are none at the moment, it would hangup any
existing calls.

Emil

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On 09.04.13, 16:57, expt@mail.ru wrote:

Any clue ?

thanks

Sergey

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#6

#7

Hey there

Is it different dialog from the dialog that the call is coming in ? If it
should be the same dialog - then may be this is because I have screen
resolution 800*600 and what is supposed to be middle of the screen
turns about to be lower right corner... and there is simply not enough space.

We don't have a fixed position for this dialog, if that's what you mean,
so no, this is unlikely.

We'd need to see logs.

Cheers,
Emil

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On 10.04.13, 10:32, expt@mail.ru wrote:

> If it's not showing then something must be
> going wrong. Can we have a look at your logs?

I've found the list of hot keys in
options - but pressing Cntrl-Shift-A or Cntrl-Shift-P [BTW what's
the difference between these two keys combinations] does not help.

> The former would only answer a call. The latter would answer any
> incoming calls and, if there are none at the moment, it would hangup any
> existing calls.

> Emil

Any clue ?

thanks

Sergey

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https://jitsi.org


#8

I've sent the log files, but received no response.
Emil Ivov, did you receive them ?

thanks

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On 11 ������ 2013 �. at 10:42:15 emcho@jitsi.org wrote:

Subject: [jitsi-users] Re: how to accept a call ? where is the relevant button ?

Hey there

On 10.04.13, 10:32, expt@mail.ru wrote:

Is it different dialog from the dialog that the call is coming in ? If it
should be the same dialog - then may be this is because I have screen
resolution 800*600 and what is supposed to be middle of the screen
turns about to be lower right corner... and there is simply not enough space.

We don't have a fixed position for this dialog, if that's what you mean,
so no, this is unlikely.

We'd need to see logs.

Cheers,
Emil

> If it's not showing then something must be
> going wrong. Can we have a look at your logs?

I've found the list of hot keys in
options - but pressing Cntrl-Shift-A or Cntrl-Shift-P [BTW what's
the difference between these two keys combinations] does not help.

> The former would only answer a call. The latter would answer any
> incoming calls and, if there are none at the moment, it would hangup any
> existing calls.

> Emil

Any clue ?

thanks

Sergey

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#9

Hey there,

I've sent the log files, but received no response.
Emil Ivov, did you receive them ?

Yup, Emil Ivov did get them ;). I had a quick look and saw nothing that
would explain your problem but I might be missing stuff. Maybe someone
else here has more time to put into this.

Cheers,
Emil

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On 16.04.13, 07:42, expt@mail.ru wrote:

thanks

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On 11 апреля 2013 г. at 10:42:15 emcho@jitsi.org wrote:

Subject: [jitsi-users] Re: how to accept a call ? where is the relevant button ?

> Hey there

> On 10.04.13, 10:32, expt@mail.ru wrote:

Is it different dialog from the dialog that the call is coming in ? If it
should be the same dialog - then may be this is because I have screen
resolution 800*600 and what is supposed to be middle of the screen
turns about to be lower right corner... and there is simply not enough space.

> We don't have a fixed position for this dialog, if that's what you mean,
> so no, this is unlikely.

> We'd need to see logs.

> Cheers,
> Emil

> If it's not showing then something must be
> going wrong. Can we have a look at your logs?

I've found the list of hot keys in
options - but pressing Cntrl-Shift-A or Cntrl-Shift-P [BTW what's
the difference between these two keys combinations] does not help.

> The former would only answer a call. The latter would answer any
> incoming calls and, if there are none at the moment, it would hangup any
> existing calls.

> Emil

Any clue ?

thanks

Sergey

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https://jitsi.org