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By clicking Sign me in when Skype starts If you are on the latest version of Skype, it supports sign-in using Skype Name or Microsoft account. If you select, Sign me in when Skype starts it automatically stores the password and logs you in the next time. This worked fine for me on the latest version just now. On version 7.17 (377), you get the option ...
Skype for Business has not yet made it in full to the Mac. Microsoft are instead still offering the older Lync software... Set up Skype for Business (Lync) for Mac 2011 for Office 365 If your organization is using Skype for Business (Lync) for Mac 2011, you can use it with your Office 365work or school account. To use Skype for Business (Lync) ...
It's due for release in early 2016 apparently but in the meantime, Lync 2011 is basically Skype For Business.
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 ...
The project has windows and os x binaries provided on the releases page so you can skip compiling it on your machine. The error is clear above: "bash: ./SkypeExport: No such file or directory" Whatever folder you are in in Terminal must contain the "SkypeExport" binary. Try again by downloading the latest release (see the downloads list under the ...
It would be nice if Skype (Microsoft) synched the message history from your iDevices to your Mac where it is easily accessible, but I suspect they don't. In the meanwhile you can try a trial version of something like iExplorer (https://www.macroplant.com/iexplorer/) which can access most/all files created on iDevices and try to locate your Skype message ...
sdayals answer does not seem to apply anymore for the latest version of skype as of today. Here is the solution: When logged into skype, go to Skype -> Preferences -> General and tick "Sign me in when skype starts"
Yes, you will be able to use your internal mic and headphones. A useful shortcut is option click on the speaker icon on the menu bar.
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.
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\ ...
You may want to set your status to Offline. Or remove Skype app from the running task list (double-tap on Home, switch into Skype area and swipe to the top to get rid of it). If that won't work and it changes back to Online, this potentially could happen when you're logged into your account multiple times from different devices, so the statuses could be not ...
this is was quite common problem with iPad 2 and in my case, trying to suck the dirt out with a vacuum cleaner worked!
I've just bought a Logitech C310 and it works perfectly on a 2014 Mac Mini running Yosemite. It cost about £25. I just plugged it in and made a video Skype call immediately. The video and sound quality are excellent. Please note - Logitech doesn't mention that it works on Mac. It does :)
I had the same problem a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, there is no way to merge all your contacts automatically. But and I solved manually this way. - search for your contact on the search bar. Once you typed down his or her name, Skype will display several address book numbers for that contact and also his or her skype contact. - Choose the number you want ...
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