No. We are of like minds - and it's a total bummer.
What happens is customers coming from an old IVR school seem to want menus constructed like:
"Press 1 to use our automated system, or just stay on the line to talk to a customer service agent".
I hate these indecisive menus, but I get them all the time. The only time a "NO ENTRY" is really appropriate, in my opinion, is to deal with rotary phones (there are still some in Canada).
But with microapps (either M or GD) you can set the number of no entry tries to 1 and supply a silence.wav as the _no_entry_error.wav to supress the standard "please make a selection" - and catch the error 17 out of the "Run Ext Script" and carry on.
If you have a lot of these, as I do at one customer, the CVP log files fill up with these errors and you can't find real errors.
It would be a most sensible enhancement to enable these to be supressed. Are you listening, Cisco?
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