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Old 7th May 2012, 07:55 PM
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Cant Group Chat in Empathy 3.2.2 with Skype Accounts


I think Empathy 3.2.2 and Fedora 16 are a very good merged and all the integration with Gnome 3 and Gnome Shell are amazing. But there is a problem that is bothering me a lot. I use skype4pigdin integration with Empathy and it works very well, better than with Pigdin itself, but i cant see my Bookmarked Chats from Skype (group Chats). Even get a notification when someone chats there (in pigdin i coudnt see it in Contact list neither but got notification's ok)
Tried to join a room with Skype account from the menu Contact List > Room > Join, but nothing seems to work. The skype account is disabled to choose.
I've tried a lot, but couldn't find a way to get this done on internet. can anyone help me with this matter?
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