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Skype Linux changelog

Hi. Someone know where could I find changelogs for the last version of Skype for Linux (4.2.0.13)?

 

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  • Added workaround for PulseAudio 3.x and 4.x audio noise
  • Fixed rare crash when opening a chat due to a non existent emoticon
  • Fixed crash on Ubuntu/Debian 64-bit due to missing libasound2-plugins:i386 dependency
  • Fixed some dialpad's numbers did not work properly
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Re: Skype Linux changelog

  • Added workaround for PulseAudio 3.x and 4.x audio noise
  • Fixed rare crash when opening a chat due to a non existent emoticon
  • Fixed crash on Ubuntu/Debian 64-bit due to missing libasound2-plugins:i386 dependency
  • Fixed some dialpad's numbers did not work properly
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skype linux changelog

 

 

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Re: Skype Linux changelog

I have used a work-around for pulseadio and am unable to get the startup menu to function for Skype.

My short cut works with 

env PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC=60 LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/libv4l/v4l1compat.so skype %U

but not the startup, can you suggest how I can get this to work please.

Using Mint 16

 

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