27-11-2011 07:45 - edited 27-11-2011 07:50
Literally out of nowhere this happened. Everything was fine then suddenly, my laptop time changed back 3 hours, making me wonder if this was a buggy skype issue. Can skypes bugs be so horrible they change the time of the hour on the computer it runs on??? Then, any new messages were appearing in between old ones from hours and days ago, when they should be at the bottom in order of time (oldest timestamps at the top, most recent at the bottom). This also occured with the conversations list too, recent conversations/ongoing conversations should be tabbed, currently running at the top to a few days ago below, the later the more below. WHATS GOING ON SKYPE??? Why are the chat logs all messed up???
I have the same problem with my IM messages appearing at the top of the screen instead of at the bottom of the chat window, i want to know how to fix this.
01-12-2012 02:16 - edited 01-12-2012 02:52
I also have this issue.
Since updating, while chatting, newly received messages randomly appear with the wrong time stamp in mid conversation, and thus are displayed chronologically hours prior to the current conversation.
Clearing history does not fix this, nor does signing out, restarting Skype or computer, nor clearing Skype cookies.
Any suggestions..? Or is this a bug with the newest Skype?
-Skype version 220.127.116.11
Thanks in advance
Edit: Changing IM's to not show the time stamp doesn't fix this.
I have the same problem. It started after my skype updated to the lastest version.
I was told switching my Computer's Date and Time to time.window, but it was always on that option. So, I have no idea what to do.
It's really annoying.
01-12-2012 04:30 - edited 01-12-2012 04:32
Please moved to your own thread
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