Author Topic: WCL v. myHandsFreeClient.CallNumber("") refused spaces in call number  (Read 12039 times)


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Hi Mike,

I have just tested your last WCL version and I can tell you that there is a regression.
MyHandsFreeClient.CallNumber(phoneNumber) now refused spaces in phone numbers. Did you want WCL to work this way?

Thank you for your response.


Offline Mike Petrichenko

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WCL does absolutely nothing with the number provided and passes it as received to the low-level API call. Also by standard there is no spaces in phone number. As well as no any other chars except: digits, +, #


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