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VoIp calls display under Telephony->VoIP (on windows) rounds of the start/stop time to the nearest millisecond. Is there a easy way to increase the precision to microseconds.

Looking at the gtk/voip_calls.[ch] it looks like the data is there.

any pointer to where the actual display string is formatted ? And how to include the microsecond resolution in the 'graph' of VoIP calls?

Thanks Ramesh

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I haven't experimented with this but it looks like you'll have to work on the cell renderer.

/* Start Time */
renderer = gtk_cell_renderer_text_new();
....
column = gtk_tree_view_column_new_with_attributes("Start Time", renderer,
    "text", CALL_COL_START_TIME, 
    NULL);

It seems that, according to this tutorial, the renderer makes up its own mind on precision. To get a grip on that a Cell Data Function seems required, again according to this tutorial.

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