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Run your first instance as usual, by clicking the icon. Run the second one from terminal; sudo /Applications/Skype.app/Contents/MacOS/Skype /secondary
The following procedure seems to have solved the problem: Sign out from Skype Quit Skype and wait until all connections listed in nettop are cleared Open Skype Choose "Sign in with a different account" from the Microsoft ID login screen. Try to sign in with Skype Name (but fail, since I can't do that anymore after I linked my Skype account to my MS ...
Be sure you aren't looking in the root library, but your user library. Skype in Application Support and com.skype.plist are not invisible by default. Try changing the ~/Library/Application Support with /Users/<username>/Library/ Application Support, with being your Username without the <>. I find it easy to "Go to" with Shift+Command+G while ...
A cursory search of the App Store reveals iSpeech, which is basic and doesn't have the greatest reviews, but looks like it will suffice. There are many more applications available simply search "text to speech" on the App Store.
Dang. Sorry to hear about the hassle. You may get some mileage out of ClamXav from the malware/antivirus side: http://www.clamxav.com/ Additionally, you may want to run AdwareMedic to search out and remove any adware that may additionally have been deposited: http://www.adwaremedic.com/index.php
I don't know about your sign-in problem but about removing the files, you can remove all the required files from the Terminal itself. Removing the Skype app itself from the Applications folder shouldn't be a problem. Type these in Terminal to remove the other files (press enter after each line to execute the command): rm -rf ~/Library/Application\ ...
Just buy a cheap router, connect it to one of the ethernet cables in your room, and enable wi-fi.
I use Skype for Mac (as I presume you do), and I've had to troubleshoot contact status issues. In my notes are the following comments with respect to keeping a "detailed log:" Type in any chat line: /setupkey *Lib/LogLevel 4 Then quit and restart Skype. Then type in chat line: /resynccontacts Other commands: /resynclivecontacts So you probably don't ...
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