jumping between applications in paroli/tichy
mirko at openmoko.org
Mon Nov 17 15:47:10 CET 2008
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I think there is a slight naming problem here.
The dialer is the GUI for the dialing process, this application is
called when the user wants to dial a number
The caller or gsm module is the part of tichy that listens for calls and
then creates the corresponding GUI.
The question here was more how to jump from the middle of one
application to the middle of another, without loosing user entered data
I think Charlie's mail contains the solution to the problem already.
Although some changes in the gui module might have to be made.
> On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 08:16:59AM +0100, Mirko Lindner wrote:
> While looking at the contacts application and defining a sensible
> approach I came across a small problem in my head.
> When I open the contactslist and click a contact in order to call him
> paroli/tichy would have to switch on the dialer application and dial the
> number and show the respective part of the GUI. However there is no way,
> as far as I can tell, in tichy yet that allows the user or even the
> software to jump to any "step" in a plugin.
>> I think the dialer app will likely listen on the state change of the
>> calls. So it will change the UI based on the states of the calls.
>> Like for "Dailing", "Call connected", "Call Fail", "Call End", etc
>> states, there will be different UI screens probably.
>> and sometimes dailer needs to handle two calls(one is on hold, one
>> is active) or conference call.
> The steps here would be:
> open contacts
> chose contact
> switch to dialer application with number dialing in process
> IF successful establish call, on call finish show desktop
> IF NOT successful go back to contacts
> The problem here is that the dialer app, when opened, starts with the
> dialpad in "idle" mode but we need it to dial the number right away.
> Any ideas how to go about this?
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