Saturday, May 23, 2009
Simple Redial calls the most recent number in the dial history. No history, no call.
Call attempt number and time between call attempts can be selected using the two drop down lists.
On tapping Redial the program starts the call attempts and goes on until one of these happens.
1 - A call attempt is answered. The program produces a 'connected' notification (sound plus short vibration) and exit. Speakerphone can be optionally activated (check Keep on Speakerphone).
2 - You tap Abort. After current attempt ending the program produces a 'not connected' notification (sound plus vibration).
3 - You tap Exit. After current attempt ending the program exit (no notification).
4 - All the attempts fail. The program produces a 'not connected' notification (sound plus vibration).
5 - An inbound call arrives between call attempts. The program exit (no notification).
The 'not connected' notification is played when the phone call is not active and is so a 'normal' notification. Therefore, you can control it with volume and vibrate/silent settings.
The 'connected' notification is played when the phone call is active and this is somewhat tricky. You can not control it with volume and vibrate/silent settings but you can select whether it is played on speakerphone (check Sound on Speakerphone) or on the phone speaker (uncheck Sound on Speakerphone).
The sounds used by the program are Connected.wma and NotConnected.wma in the installation directory. You can change them if you like by replacing these files. If your Connected.wma is longer and gets truncated you should change the registry HKCU\Software\SimpleRedial\ConnectedSoundSecs. This is the time in seconds the program allows for Connected.wma playing before exiting.