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Skype 2.5.0.38 for Mac Beta released

updated 02:30 pm EST, Wed November 15, 2006

Skype 2.5.0.38 Beta

Skype has released Skype 2.5.0.38 for Mac Beta, adding SMS support to the IP-based communication software. The updated Skype offers an improved history list in the main window, ripple animation effects in Mac OS X 10.4, and ringing device selection to audio preferences. The latest revision includes numerous changes such as equal video resolution for both G5 and Intel-based Macs, the ability to view chat history with useful navigational links, and usage of the upgraded Growl 0.7.4 framework. Skype 2.5.0.38 provides the ability to disable the screensaver when in full screen video mode, and sends all other related sounds such as busy or outgoing calls to the Skype output device, rather than the system output device. Skype 2.5.0.38 for Mac Beta is available for free, and requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later.




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  1. LordJohnWhorfin

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Wrong link in article

    The link goes to 2.0.0.6, not the 2.5 beta version... This is the correct link: http://www.skype.com/download/skype/macosx/25beta.html

  1. LordJohnWhorfin

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Hot links?

    [url]http://www.skype.com/download/skype/macosx/25beta.html[/url]

  1. LordJohnWhorfin

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Okay...

    Just cut and paste, mmmkay?

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