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  Reply # 157800 18-Aug-2008 19:37
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With the call logs could the dates be in dd/mm/yy format and not the amercian format.

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  Reply # 157804 18-Aug-2008 19:55
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maverick: ...we apprecaite the feedback so far Guys. 

How is the Call Logs looking for you all ?

Brilliant!!!  A great innovation Smile

I showed the main functions to my wife and straight away she said that the Missed Calls Log will be very handy for her.  At present we get this information by scrolling through the Caller ID logs on our cordless phones, but if we are away from the property, it will be much more convenient to be able to do the same thing via the net.

Contrary to what Wmoore said above, the date format is not American it's YYYY-MM-DD which is fine so far as we are concerned; it's quite obvious which is the Day and which is the Month.

BTW, another nice touch that impressed me is the ability to leave it running with just an icon in the System Tray, ready for use at any time.  Is it possible for 2 users to leave this app. running simultaneously i.e. both logged in at once?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 157815 18-Aug-2008 20:34
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Viddy: non obfuscated Python,


Yes I second that, it is also using a webservice in the back end, theoretically anyone could knock up a app to talk to it directly. Nice work I say




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  Reply # 157849 18-Aug-2008 22:33
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When I installed it, I've allowed it to run automatically after the install finished.  On the task bar the tab for the setup program remained there with no window until I eventually exit VFX Manager (not just minimise to system tray).

Like it lots.




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  Reply # 157852 18-Aug-2008 22:44
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Niel: When I installed it, I've allowed it to run automatically after the install finished.? On the task bar the tab for the setup program remained there with no window until I eventually exit VFX Manager (not just minimise to system tray).

Like it lots.


I had the same issue (but promptly forgot about it) if that helps

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Reply # 157861 18-Aug-2008 23:52
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Just installed it tonight Phil and a big thumbs up from me. Looking forward to the extras as they come available

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  Reply # 157867 19-Aug-2008 00:39
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Not bad at all keep up the good work xnet




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  Reply # 157905 19-Aug-2008 09:09
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Very handy for those who don't have the advance feature pack. A couple of things that would be great:

1. A "reject call" button to send incoming calls you don't want to answer to VM
2. Click to call on the call logs




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  Reply # 157911 19-Aug-2008 09:16
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There will hopefully be a new version out to day some time, somethings added and some improvements as well, our Developer worked very late last night getting this ready and turned up early to work as well (big thanks to our man Scott Cool)....

....so watch this space for the new version coming soon to A VFX app near you Laughing




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  Reply # 157973 19-Aug-2008 13:15
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And here are the new versions, including the Apple one..... better late than never Apple Tongue out

Windows

http://www.xnet.co.nz/downloads/vfx/VFXManagerSetup.exe

Linux
http://www.xnet.co.nz/downloads/vfx/vfxmanager_0.2-1_i386.deb

Apple
removed (there is a bug in the Apple Cry)


Has a Voicemail section as well a link to the full web portal,

Hope you like this revison, once again looking for feedback, but please remember this is not new services it is just a desktop app that allows another form of control for your current VFX service.


Big thanks to my guys who worked late getting this out....... now back to work all Laughing





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  Reply # 157995 19-Aug-2008 14:03
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Ooh goody it even keeps the login details from the previous install :-)

Looking good Phil.

I appreciate the fact that it isn't adding new services just making existing ones more accessible. I haven't used any of these options through simply being too un-interested to trawl the website to config them, but having a fancy new toy to do the config with means I am enabling some very handy features.

Thanks team, keep up the good work!!

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  Reply # 158032 19-Aug-2008 16:27
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The Mac version is available again, but it will only work for Leopard.

Mac version:
http://www.xnet.co.nz/downloads/vfx/Vfxmanager.pkg.zip

Cheers,
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  Reply # 158043 19-Aug-2008 16:51
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Phil and Team
Great work.
One small thing.  The app registers in Add remove programs as "0.2" but apart from that excellent tool.


Cheers
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  Reply # 158049 19-Aug-2008 17:05
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simple to use effective and easy to follow

Good Work Guys!!




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  Reply # 158070 19-Aug-2008 18:03
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Great stuff once again, Xnet!!

Reading your first post maverick, I was getting all huffed up and ready to ask "what about a linux version" - and was pleasantly shocked to see there was one! I'll give it a go and provide feedback - although is it possible to release a tarball of the source code so us non 'buntu *nix users can "roll our own"? If not, I'm happy to workaround a deb install package on Arch.

Cheers!!

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