Intro

babblevoice Desktop for Windows has two components:

  1. The Windows program - the version history is supplied below. We try to keep this program as simple as possible but this is the program which provides integration with other applications.
  2. Web component. The Windows program pulls down the same Web Desktop as if you had logged into the browser version. This is updated automatically to the latest version as there are no installed components.

babblevoice Desktop for Windows History

1.0.15

Added hangup to automation. The default, ctrl-h, now hangs up the currently connected call.

1.0.14

Minor update to fix bugs (hotkeys broken in release 1.0.13). If you want to use hotkey functionality this is the minimum supported version.

1.0.13

Updates to hotkeys.

1.0.12

Introduction of hotkeys (automation via ctrl keys). Users can now dial a number by dialling ctrl-1 (mobile), ctrl-2 (home) or ctrl-3 (work). This is dependant on the application which has focus. Automation is supported (i.e. a Lua script is run when the hotkey is pressed. Users can write their own scripts for specific apps). Support for generic text control (for example, click on a windows control contain a phone number and press ctrl-1 to dial that number) and EMIS is included in the default install.

1.0.11

Minor updates.

1.0.10

Minor updates.

1.0.9

Minor updates.

1.0.8

Minor updates.

1.0.7

Minor updates.

1.0.6

Added support for copy and paste of phone numbers. If you copy a phone number in Windows, right click on babblevoice Desktop menu it will have an entry to dial that number. Auto copies the caller id of an inbound phone number on call connect to enable CRM integration.

1.0.5

Minor updates - bug fixes.

1.0.4

Minor updates.

1.0.3

Minor updates.

1.0.2

Minor updates.

1.0.1

Initial release.

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