Nope. Generally, the GUIs are built around the idea of making it easier to do some sort of specific application of Asterisk. Asterisk is a general purpose tool. You can't really have a general purpose GUI that's anything other than a file editor.
So, the various GUIs are built around driving a particular feature set, and delivering that feature set means they need to own the world of Asterisk, and not interact with changes you might be making to the config files otherwise - they could conflict with what the GUI wants to accomplish.
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on Wed Feb 25, 2015 12:48 pm, edited 1 time in total. Reason: fixed a typo
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