I have noticed from my friends mood messages that are running Mac OS's have been able to use their music played as their mood message. I know it is possible in the windows platform by manually doing (music) name - artists blah blah blah. According to them, skype does it automatically for them. Is it possible for it to happen on windows? I also think that the Skype (and now Microsoft) team should investigate into this simply because I think a lot of people want to share their music played (Musical community over here) but yeh. Please look into this matter.
18-04-2013 06:05 - edited 18-04-2013 06:06
I've looked high and low on the Windows PC Skype version, it's no where to be found. It used to be available and now it's not? My friend who uses a Mac can do this and he says it's in options, then in general settings, he also said he had a different screen. So why can't the windows users get a little music love guys?
Please update soon?
I'm a windows7 user and i recenly found a good winamp plugin for skype mood changing automatically. I wasn't sure if i could link it here directly - without getting in trouble, so just search Skype-Mood for Winamp on google, it's the very first result from BrunsWare. All you have to do is copy the plugin in the winamp plugin folder and it works like a charm. Then, the only thing you have to do is re-add your old contacts and delete the old entries and they will be able to see your changes at anytime, both display pictures and moods.
Now, if only Skype could do something about that horrible looking default theme that's so bare.... i'd be happy.