I like this feature, but it may go a bit too far. The '*' and '#' characters are valid characters on the phone pad, but these are being removed on lookup as well. I have a couple of numbers that use these characters, but they are being stripped out. Can we leave the '*' and '#' characters in when removing special characters?
From: Yana Stamcheva [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2011 11:31 AM
Subject: [jitsi-users] Re: phone numbers with spaces within
I've committed some code today (build 3511) that is supposed to deal with the described problem. We now remove all special characters from phone numbers dialed directly from the search field. This means that numbers such as: + (33) 123 456 789 would be formatted to 33123456789 when dialed. You can disable this behavior by un-checking the "Remove special symbols before callng phone numbers" check box in the General configuration form (Options/General/ Call).
Please give it a try and report problems here.
On May 30, 2011, at 5:00 PM, Emil Ivov wrote:
На 29.05.11 00:54, Vieri написа:
I'm using Jitsi with Asterisk and I usually dial plain numbers in the
text box. Some users need to copy/paste numbers from other apps and
occasionally these numbers may contain spaces within. Jitsi fails on
a dial with spaced numbers. Could Jitsi ignore the spaces or trim
eg: copy/pasted number: 123 456 789 Jitsi should dial: 123456789
Can this be done or could you please take it into consideration for a
It's been on our todo list for a while actually. We'll probably be
handling it at some point.