Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of freeswitch-mexcla-html5


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Jun 8, 2016, 5:58:08 PM (4 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    1414== How does it work? ==
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    16  * When you visit the page, you are presented with a box to fill in your name and a button that says "Connect"
     16When you visit the page, you are presented with a box to fill in your name and a button that says "Connect." The name you choose will be used to identify you to the other callers.
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    1718[[Image(mexcla-connect.png)]]
    18  * When you click the Connect button your browser will ask you to share your microphone. You should agree to share it.
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     20When you click the Connect button your browser will ask you to share your microphone. You should agree to share it (if you are using the Chrome browser, you will only be asked to share the microphone the first time you visit the page).
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    1922[[Image(mexcla-share-mic.png)]]
    20  * Next you should be in the conference call.  ou should hear an announcement of the conference room number you are in and, possibly "You are the only person in call" or something to that effect.
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     24Now you should be in the conference call. You should hear an announcement of the conference room number you are in and, possibly "You are the only person in call" or something to that effect.
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    2126[[Image(mexcla-in-call.png)]]
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     28== Switching Languages ==
     29
     30Suppose the phone call is in both English and Spanish.
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     32By default, all conference participants have "hear original voices" selected. That means you hear everyone in the language they are speaking. If you are bi-lingual, this is the place to stay - you don't need to press any buttons during the call.
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     34If you are mono-lingual (for example, English only), you should remain here until you hear someone speaking Spanish. At that point, click the "Hear interpreation" button to hear the interpreter translating the speaker's words into English. At a certain point, the Spanish speaker will stop speaking and an English speaker will begin speaking. When that happens the interpreter will start speaking Spanish. When you hear the interpreter speaking Spanish, click "hear original voices" so you can hear the speaker in their original English language.
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     36If you are the interpreter, click the "Provide interpretation" button. This button will allow you to hear all voices in the "original languages" room but when you speak, only people in the "Hear interpretation" room will hear you.
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    2339== Admin ==