Skype 6.7.0.102

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Download: Skype 6.7.0.102 | 31.3 MB (Freeware)
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6 Comments

The double texts seem to be fixed now, when texting Facebook contacts.
Has been an ongoing problem off and on for a long time, and Facebook has always been aware.
But I don't think that it's a problem with the Skype program anyways, just server side.
Anyways, nice update. Always lookin forward to improvements.

I've been wondering for a while, is there any way to get rid of the annoying "<name> isn't using Skype. Help them download it now." on chat windows? I don't care if they aren't using it.

Nogib said,
I've been wondering for a while, is there any way to get rid of the annoying "<name> isn't using Skype. Help them download it now." on chat windows? I don't care if they aren't using it.

More than likely possible going threw the code with Resource Hacker and removing that part.
Never tried, but I used to do that kinda stuff way back when I used Live Messenger.

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