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  8. 26 Feb, 2020 1 commit
    • Bob Ham's avatar
      application: Add "--dial" command-line option · e7ef61e1
      Bob Ham authored
      This option allows the specification of a much broader set of numbers
      that tel: URIs, which are limited to global phone numbers in
      international form and prohibit local numbers and other useful strings
      like "*100#".
      This functionality is implemented as a command-line option rather than
      a "dial:" or "callto:" URI scheme for the same reason given in RFC
      3966, section 7.3:
        '"Callto" was discarded because URI schemes locate a resource and do
        not specify an action to be taken.'
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  12. 28 Jan, 2020 1 commit
    • Julian Sparber's avatar
      NewCallBox+CallDisplay: UI facelift · 06481155
      Julian Sparber authored
      This adds a style.css file to allow the use of custom css
      Fixes Librem5/calls#115:
      - Making the phone number larger
      - Moving the delete button to the bottom
      - Rounding all buttons, and making the grid buttons circular
      - Making the call button a bit less wide
  13. 27 Jan, 2020 2 commits
    • Bob Ham's avatar
      Release Calls 0.1.2 · bcaf92d8
      Bob Ham authored
    • Julian Sparber's avatar
      Replace HdyDialer with HdyKeypad and bump libhandy to 0.0.12 · 497fe072
      Julian Sparber authored
      HdyDialer was deprecated and therefore is replaced with HdyKeypad.
      HdyDialer used a `gchr *` to store the entered phone number. On every
      button press the entire text of the display entry was replaced with the new
      string, which messed up selection and cursor position.
      HdyKeypad connects directly to a GtkEntry and inserts each
      button press the same way as a keyboard stroke would do.
      In the case of the `call display` entry every new digit is appended to the
      end of the input and therefore it also moves the cursor to the end of the
      entry. Instead of making the Entry not editable, only the events which
      would remove text form the entry are blocked, via the `delete-text`
      signal. And the signal `insert-text` is used to block unwanted chars
      from beeing inserted.
      Same as for the `call display` entry also the `new call box` entry is
      made editable and the signal `insert-text` is used to block unwanted
      chars. All other user action possible on a entry arn't blocked
      e.g. repositioning the cursor.
      The advantage of making the Entry editable is that we can show
      the cursor position.
      It also allows the user to select the position where new digits are
      inserted in the `new call box`.
      On a button press the focus is set to the Entry to give the correct
      feedback to the user.
      This centers the text on the entry, as required by the design.
      This also makes the delete button remove only one char at the time, to
      move closer to the desired UX.
      Related: Librem5/calls#58
      Fixes: Librem5/calls#82
  14. 21 Jan, 2020 1 commit
    • Bob Ham's avatar
      mm-call: Sanitise disconnect messages · dc9b7102
      Bob Ham authored
      Clean up the disconnect messages so they make sense when presented to
      the user.  Also add new state change reasons from ModemManager 1.10
      and 1.12.
      Fixes #90
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