It's my pleasure to announce that Cisco Proximity 3.0 is now released.
This new version features lots of exciting new features, including full call controls, contact search and dialing. It also includes both minor and major bug fixes. For a full update on the new features and bug fixes, check out the changelog.
As always, these support forums are a great way for you to offer your feedback. Feel free to post here if you have any feedback related to the updates we've made.
New version definitely resolves the compatibility issue with the Dell 5285, etc. Question though, under Settings, there are several different channel options - Stable, Bleeding Edge, etc. What are they?
If you are seeing these options, the most likely explanation is that you or your company were part of our early field trial of Proximity 3.0. Those in the trial had some extra settings exposed to them, but were instructed to reset the settings after release. I'll try to attach a registry file that will reset the client completely. This will remove these settings. Note that this will also clear your recent contacts and other settings.
The file was sent with instructions to run them after uninstalling the trial version, and to install the release version afterwards. It *should* be safe to just exit Proximity, run the registry file, and then start Proximity again.
PS: Because the forums wouldn't accept my upload of a registry file, I added it to a zip file first.
The new version resolved the microphone issue on our Dell 5285's, but broke the application's GUI on our Dell 7480's. The application functions and can be controlled through the right-click menu. However, when the GUI is launched - it displays a blank window.