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  • L33F3R
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    Originally posted by bulletxt View Post
    If I do a conference with 3 people the audio goes crazy. I had to switch back to the OLD 2.0 series.

    Skype is silly, and reminds me of another proprietary software under linux. Guess the name.
    nero linux?

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  • bulletxt
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    If I do a conference with 3 people the audio goes crazy. I had to switch back to the OLD 2.0 series.

    Skype is silly, and reminds me of another proprietary software under linux. Guess the name.

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  • phoronix
    started a topic Skype 2.1 Beta Brings New Features To Linux

    Skype 2.1 Beta Brings New Features To Linux

    Phoronix: Skype 2.1 Beta Brings New Features To Linux

    For anyone that extensively uses Skype on Linux, you will probably want to head on over to the Linux Skype Developer page to fetch the latest beta. Skype has just rolled out the first 2.1 beta (2.1.0.47 Beta) of the Linux Skype client, which adds several new features and also brings a number of fixes and other improvements. The new Skype Linux features are high quality video codec support, Skype's SILK audio codec support, PulseAudio compatibility, SMS sending support, chat messaging editing/removing capabilities, contact groups support, typing notification in chat, chat picture support, mood messages, video/mobile icons are now visible in the contact list along with bookmarked chats, and also added are contact labels/tags. Beyond these key features to Skype 2.1 for Linux, the beta release also brings a number of improvements ranging from better ALSA support (including USB headsets) to an enlarged tray icon...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=NzQ5MA
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