Skype 5.0 for Windows update
We have just released an update for Skype 5.0 for Windows.
With this update we aim to fix issues found in Skype 5.0 following the initial release. We’d like to thank all of you for your feedback.
In the original Skype 5.0 for Windows release the FaceVsion Touchcam N1 and Freetalk Everyman Webcam did not work properly in HD video mode. We have fixed the issue with this update, but the camera owners will need to upgrade their camera firmware too. You can find instructions from the camera manufacturers websites, check here for Freetalk and FaceVsion.
We recommend that everyone upgrades to the latest version of Skype. Start download now.
Full release notes for 22.214.171.124 are:
|Call Phones||Skype crashed on Call Phones area when user had more then one recently expired subscriptions|
|Contact requests||Contact requests sent from Skype for Windows in Cyrillic letters were shown as “?” marks on incoming contact request view on Skype for Android|
|Login||Skype crashed on login for users who had two or more dots (“..”) in their username in row.|
|Screen sharing||Full screen sharing selection was not updated when selecting second monitor for screen sharing|
|Video||Fixed the issues with Freetalk Everyman webcam and FaceVsion Touchcam N1 not going into HD video calling mode. Note! Camera firmware needs to be upgraded as-well, see instructions for Freetalk and FaceVsion.|