Under Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, the Mac has the ability to connect with an iPhone for dialing phone numbers. The way it does this is by having the OS recognize a phone number and it gives the user the ability to click a new drop-down menu to dial the number via a linked iPhone.
The problem is that when I click on the drop-down and dial - instead of the Mac opening Apple's Messages application to have the iPhone dial, Jabber opens and fails to do anything - except show an error.
If you then go into the Messages application and look at the preferences - you will see the "Default IM Application" has been changed from Messages to Messages + Jabber.
That should be a configuration option in Jabber, as I do not want Jabber as my default IM application.
Thanks in advance for any/all help,
There is a preferences to select the app to make a all in FaceTime -> preferences.
However it looks like Jabber for Mac reset this preference setting to Jabber overtime you start it!
I had tried that too and that is the reason I asked for Jabber to have this option to the user to change. As you see/stated, Jabber always changes the setting every time it launches to itself. It needs to be like a browser that says "I'm not the default IM application. Do you want me to be the default? Yes/No".
The problem is still there in 11.1.1. It appears to take the change, but go back to preferences and Jabber is again the default.
Anyone figure a work around?