[sip-comm-dev] Size definition


#1

Hi everybody,

Hope you're fine. I'm back with a lot of question, let's start, first of all
where can I define exactly and definitely the size of each window, the main
window, the configuration window, the wizard... I noticed that this values
are stored into the .sip-communicator/sip-communicator.xml and that's
possible to modify them but I can't find that on the source code. Also after
some code modification, I have no longer the size definition of each window
in the sip-communicator.xml. Can someone explain to me how does it work?

My second question is about the call attempt's duration. As I'm doing tests
with two distant pc, I spend my time running to hangup before the caller
displayed a failed message and often it happens. I think it'll be helpful to
increment the timeout, is it possible? Is it related to sip-communicator or
to the asterisk configuration?

That's all for this time :slight_smile:

Thanks a lot.


#2

Hi asmouta,

asmouta wrote:

Hi everybody,

Hope you're fine. I'm back with a lot of question, let's start, first of all
where can I define exactly and definitely the size of each window, the main
window, the configuration window, the wizard... I noticed that this values
are stored into the .sip-communicator/sip-communicator.xml and that's
possible to modify them but I can't find that on the source code. Also after
some code modification, I have no longer the size definition of each window
in the sip-communicator.xml. Can someone explain to me how does it work?

Each time we close a window we save its last size and position in the sip-communicator.xml. When it is reopened the size and position are obtained from the same xml. That's how it works. All this happens in SIPCommDialog and SIPCommFrame classes.

Regards,
Yana

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My second question is about the call attempt's duration. As I'm doing tests
with two distant pc, I spend my time running to hangup before the caller
displayed a failed message and often it happens. I think it'll be helpful to
increment the timeout, is it possible? Is it related to sip-communicator or
to the asterisk configuration?

That's all for this time :slight_smile:

Thanks a lot.

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