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Re: [Linphone-developers] Incoming Call Event

From: Simon Morlat
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] Incoming Call Event
Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 22:05:31 +0200
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I already looked at how to put linphone in systray; this will be implemented 
in next releases.
Concerning the popup, normally upon incoming call, gtk_widget_show() is called 
on the main window. On previous releases of gtk, this caused the window to 
become top level. However this is no more the case in current versions of 
gtk. There is probably a gtk_window_*() method for that.
If you find the appropriate gtk method, then you can just add it into 
gtk/linphone.c, in this method:

void linphone_gnome_ui_show(LinphoneGnomeUI *ui)
        if (ui->main_window.window==NULL){
gtk_widget_show(ui->main_window.window); /* <- replace here by the good method

Thanks for your interest in linphone and your future contribution !


Le dimanche 13 mai 2007 00:38, Stefano Stabellini a écrit :
> Hi all,
> first I really want to say that I am a very happy Linphone user.
> I have tried many other softphone for linux but I can guarantee you that
> none works as good as linphone.
> There are only two things that bother me about linphone: it doesn't go
> to systray and, most important, doesn't show a popup when there is a new
> incoming call.
> You can get around the first issue using something like alltray; but the
> second issue is critical: if you don't have speakers, or they are not
> on, you are going to miss the call. If this feature is implemented I am
> not able to turn it on :P
> I like linphone so much that if you don't want to implement them or you
> don't have the time to do that, being a computer scientist I can do the
> job if you help me.
> Thank you in advance,
> Stefano Stabellini
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