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Did you try the screen share? It does require you typing, but not in the Skype field. You could use excel or word to type, and then share your screen with others. More details HOW to: https://support.skype.com/en/faq/FA10022/how-do-i-share-my-screen-in-skype-for-mac-os-x You will also need a digital sketch pad like the : ...
On Skype 6.3.xx the avatars are stored in ~/Library/Caches/com.skype.skype/(your skype name)/SKAvatarCache in TIFF format. You can view them by in Preview by opening Terminal and running open ~/Library/Caches/com.skype.skype/(your skype name)/SKAvatarCache/(name of the file)
BaiBoard BaiBoard is a free white board tool that allows you to share and collaborate on a virtual white board. It allows the use of free hand drawing, typing, lines, etc. There is a free Mac and iOS app. I find it works really well with google talk for audio chatting whilst a Wacom Graphics tablet for input.
Apple issued a patch to go on top of the 10.8.5 update that didn't ship both a 32bit and 64 bit file that Skype, Apple's iMovie and other apps need to run the internal camera. After some investigation, we have found that the OSX 10.8.5 update is missing a specific file that would allow some apps such as Skype or iMovie to access the built-in facetime ...
Turns out I had some strange Core Audio driver issue. Every time Skype was running, process "coreaudiod" would fire up and begin to hog CPU like crazy. I fixed permissions on my boot volume and it fixed a bunch of stuff related to iTunes, which apparently also fixed whatever was going on. Once the coreaudiod issue was resolved, here's the setup that is ...
I have a similar problem. It is not only on Skype, any app requiring microphone access, even if granted, does not work on my iPad 2 after installing iOS 7. Uninstalling Skype did not help either. You might want to check other apps that use Microphone input to make sure it's not just a Skype issue. It could be hardware failure or an OS issue.
Skype stopped launching for me on Mac 10.8.3 and I tried reinstalling, deleting library skype files to no avail. But then after starting in safe mode ( power down, start, hold down shift key until apple and gear wheel appear) Skype worked perfectly and continues to do so after normal restart.
You can buy yourself a copy of Bria for the Iphone. I use it and prefer it over other earlier voip applications. It works well. Now sign up for a voip.ms account and set up a voip service to use. Wala. Dirt cheap calling via the iphone. You will of course need to be in a wifi area, or have data enabled on your phone. Full integration with native contacts, ...
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