First I hope you have copied a default template into a new template and renamed it so you can make changes. If there is a * next to a feature on the template you copied it can note be removed or I should say it should not be removed. Not sure why it is a bother to you because it is only there based on the condition of the phone ie onhook offhook ect.
I am not sure but you may be able to hunt down the table in SQL "warning I would not mess with SQL if this is in production" But in a lab maybe. Understand that would be a global change and affect the control you would have.
Sadly, the "New Call" Softkey is a mandatory Softkey (note the ** beside it in the selection box) and therefor cannot be removed. It can however be moved down the Selection List Order so it is not on the first line. The other thing of note is that as soon as you go over 4 Softkeys in any Template the "More" softkey becomes mandatory as well :(
It took me quite a while to figure this one out. If you are in the custom template screen one of the drop downs on the upper right side is Configure Softkey Layout. You can modify this thing to your heart's content.
Attached is a picture to show what I mean
Oops... I realized after I posted it is kind of a default... as the people above me noticed...
For a quick fix you could simply move it to the bottom and it wouldn't appear anymore?
The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
answer. Be sure to read the whole thing or e...
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