HOWTO

Place Speed Dials on the Windows Desktop (kb2156)

The information in this article applies to:

  • SwyxIt! from version 3.20

[ Summary | Information | Links ]


Summary

Using the Visual Basic Script SwyxDial.vbs it is possible to provide SwyxIt! with a calling number.

Information

The command line to start the SwyxDial.vbs looks like: C:\WINDOWS\system32\wscript.exe "C:\Program Files\SwyxIt!\SwyxDial.vbs" //B CALLNUMBER where CALLNUMBER should be replaced by the number to be dialed, like z.B. 0023147770 or "+49 (231) 4777-0" Hint: when using spaces within the number quotation marks (") must be used. With this it is possible to create shortcuts on the Windows Desktop. Just use the above command line and set a name (e.g. Call Swyx) and an icon (e.g. C:\Program Files\SwyxIt!\SwyxIt!.exe) for the shortcut.

Links

As far as software supplied or used by us, includes open source elements the additional terms under https://www.swyx.com/open-source apply in addition. An overview which products from the Swyx portfolio include open source elements and which open source license is relevant can be found under https://www.swyx.com/open-source.
  • SwyxDial VB Script
    This script is not part of any Swyx Product and will be published as-is without any warranties at all.
    kb2156-SwyxDial.zip

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