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Skype’s apparently cool enough to be used in a [music video](http://www.mgleiss.com/video/bakit.html) as the calling tool of choice.
Cool. This is a great way to promote skype
works fine. good job – thanks Michael
I finally got it working but I can’t figure out how to make calls to my friends
it does not work. too bad
Unfortunately, it looks like the new version of Skype (126.96.36.199) breaks this plugin, causing Trillian to crash. A fix would be useful.
Latest version of Skype works perfectly with the 070rc1 version of SkyLlian on my computer, and it’s great to have all my contacts for Skype on Trillian with my other contacts. Great interface, flawless. Thanks a LOT! Sean
Ok, so I navigate to the SkylLian page and none of the d/l links work…they all say
The selected File does not exist anymore
404 File Not Found: The File pafiledb/uploads/7610b19f76d6acf1939cbd2e9adde2f2.exe does not exist.”
So what gives? I love Skype and I love Trillian and would love to fuse the two. Any suggestions?
This plugin is just fantastic! Seamlessly integrates Skype into Trillian. I suspect that the people with problems are using old software or have a misconfiguration.
Great plugin. It helps to have every IM/Voice access on the same panel.
I downloaded last version of Skype and Skylian. Work well together. Sometimes it looks like Skylian is waiting for Skype for 2 or 3 minutes though and I cannot have access to Trillian while it’s waiting. Same thing at startup (but maybe because it’s loaded before the WiFi access has even started). I tried to change parameters in Skylian (no checking of Skype at startup for example) but it did not change anything.
Uh, what version of Trillian do you people use? It crashes my 3.1
I really want to like it, BUT there is this small problem called “crashing Trillian” that is preventing me from enjoying the benefits of intergration.
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