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skype "Click to Call" stopping Java applet

I am running skype Version 5.9.0.115 and the first time I try to run a JAVA applet the browser spins its wheels for a while and then I get a box stating that Skype Click to Call Plug-In is not responding. Once I click on the Disable option the JAVA applet loads and everything is fine except I get a notification bar on every open browser page that "The following plug-in has crashed: Skype Click to Call". Why is this happening?

 

manaranger
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I have a similar problem. I keep getting an error message that reads, "Skype Click to Call is not responding". "Do you want to close or wait"? It happens regardless if I exit Skype or change the settings so it does not start up with my Windows XP (with Service Pack 3). It continually keeps coming back with this annoying error message. I'm using the latest version of Google Chrome as my browser. I've uninstalled and reinstalled it and still the problem persists. How can I fix this problem?

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OK, removing the Click to Call app got rid of the hangup but doesn't solve the probleam as to why Skype installs software that has a compatibility problem. Why not fix it first??

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Skype Click-to-Call was always very buggy and practically useless. Should not be installed at all.

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Just downloaded Version 5.10 and "Click to Call" got reloaded as well. Guess what? Same problem, so, same delete work-around.

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manaranger wrote:

Just downloaded Version 5.10 and "Click to Call" got reloaded as well. Guess what? Same problem, so, same delete work-around.


Guess what?

 

5.10 is not the latest version . . .

 

http://www.skype.com/intl/en-us/get-skype/on-your-computer/click-to-call/windows/

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I have the same problem and removing it is a mess
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Click to Call is crashing all my browsers, Chrome, Firefox & Explorer, on two different desktops.  When I look at the task manager I see multiple hidden copies of the browsers that have crashed.  Only solution is to stop the Skype task or restart the computer short of deleting click to call.  I like click to call and use with my headset daily but I wihs they would fix this bug.

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the latest version of Skype Click-to-Call (6.8.0.12323) works fine with the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Explorer

if you already have the latest version of C2C installed, perhaps you should consider the possibility of some other problem
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