If the program window is OPEN on my computer desktop and someone calls me at this time, I see two buttons in the program window: red (reject the call) and green (accept the call). This I described the normal way of receiving an incoming call. Next, I describe the problem. If the JAMI window is minimized and the program is running, then 2 situations may arise here:
- If someone calls me, a pop-up message appears at the bottom of the computer desktop (in the lower right corner) with the text: “Calling you …” - and then the name of the caller. If I CAN’T click on this message before it disappears, then everything is fine: a full program window appears on the computer desktop with two buttons: red and green. By clicking on the green one, I can take an incoming call.
- If I DON’T KEEP IN TIME to click on the pop-up message “Calling you …” and it disappears, then it becomes impossible to receive an incoming call. When I expand the program window from the minimized state, I see that I have an incoming call. But there are NO buttons to accept or reject it! And I can’t do anything. In the end, the call ends itself and I receive a chat message: “Missed incoming call”. Why does this happen? I cannot keep the program window maximized on the computer desktop all the time. Why sometimes the buttons “Accept a call” or “Reject a call” are not visible?
I forgot to say about one thing: for some reason incoming calls are silent. There is no sound notification that I have an incoming call. Why?
Here are my 2 questions.