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This command from shell: sudo killall VDCAssistant restores the camera for me every time.
This is a solution involving exclusively free applications that I found in a great answer here. It involves Soundflower and Audacity. A great video on how - here. It seems that it's superior to the payed solutions, which I found discussed on the net, but which do not provide the same level of customization and complexity (especially, separate tracks and ...
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Just buy a cheap router, connect it to one of the ethernet cables in your room, and enable wi-fi.
Well, there are a lots of SIP based softphones (Vonage seams to use the SIP protocol) like telephone iSoftphone And you have to setup your software to connect to Vonage - maybe the following link could help you.
If you only want to run a second instance of Skype, you can do this on the same OS X account with a little bash script: #!/bin/bash rm ~/Library/Application\ Support/Skype/Skype.pid sleep 1 open -n "/Applications/Skype.app" https://gist.github.com/Strayer/4dd565cc4b5db72b9363
Run your first instance as usual, by clicking the icon. Run the second one from terminal; sudo /Applications/Skype.app/Contents/MacOS/Skype /secondary
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