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Offline Vulpix

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #90 on: 04 08 2015, 11:39:30 »
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/07/19/skype_spoofed_messages/

I don't think this is it. I received an e-mail from skype, not a message from a skype contact.

The e-mail didn't contain any fishy links and it simply said to go to skype.com (which is not fishy :D ).

I also checked my recent activity page on microsoft but there is nothing there except for my login.

To quote skype's FAQ, the only reasons they will suspend an account are these:


Skype takes your security seriously, and if we suspect that your details may have fallen into the wrong hands, we’ll temporarily suspend your account.

Reasons Skype suspends accounts

    If it has been used in a way that suggests someone other than you might have taken control of it. This may involve markedly different usage of your Skype Credit or subscription.
    If you are disputing a payment (also called a chargeback), we will assume that there is some problem with either your payment method or your account.
    If there is a violation of Skype's Terms of Use.
« Last Edit: 04 08 2015, 11:51:51 by Vulpix »
 

Offline Vulpix

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #91 on: 11 08 2015, 10:23:55 »
I cannot change my own avatar. I assume I've never been able to do so, but it's a bit odd. Is this not supported by webapi?
 

Offline Mikalair

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #92 on: 11 08 2015, 10:29:51 »
Vulpix, make netlog  ;D.
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Offline Vulpix

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #93 on: 11 08 2015, 11:58:27 »
I sent them both to you.

Thanks for looking at it!

You discovered this:
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{"code":40020,"text":"The avatar data size after encoding (52066) is larger than the maximum allowed size (32000)"}}
I am certain miranda allows for some resizing so any avatar can be matched to the preferences/requirements of the protocol. Do you need any more information? I can even give you the avatar I used, if you need.

The same file works in Skype (the application) itself, so I am certain it does something to it.

Thanks!
 

Offline Mikalair

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #94 on: 11 08 2015, 12:05:00 »
fixed in [14908]
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Offline Vulpix

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #95 on: 12 08 2015, 15:57:37 »
Thanks! It seems to be fixed.

Another bug though. It seems that SOME people get my new avatar, but some people don't. It is not until I launch the skype program that it updates for them. When I update the icon in skype then everyone gets it. Why would this be the case? The person whose skype is not showing the change is running version 7.7.0.103.
 

Offline Vulpix

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #96 on: 16 08 2015, 13:02:46 »
I'm having some weird issues with the latest skype build, since you disabled the "use local time".

I just received a message - from MYSELF, that came from the future :D

Vulpix 19.01.2038 05:14:08:
:3

I have the whole netlog till that point but it contains private data so I don't want to upload it anywhere public. Poke me if you need it.
 

Offline Mikalair

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #97 on: 16 08 2015, 14:25:00 »
fixed in [14965]
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Offline AnrDaemon

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #98 on: 16 08 2015, 15:23:53 »
Minor nitpick: You don't need braces in
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m_mpOutMessages[hMessage] = (jRoot["OriginalArrivalTime"].as_int() / 1000);In some languages, it may generate additional evaluation of the result of the expression.
 

Offline WarmBooter

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Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #99 on: 24 08 2015, 11:30:21 »
There is an angelstar.gf78 skype user that tried to "spam" me in Skype. I don't know such guy (girl?) and blocked it on Skype, but everytime I start Miranda-NG, I still keep getting "hi" messages from him there. Is there a way to stop this? Seems that users blocked in Skype are not being respected by miranda-ng skypeweb.
 

Offline WarmBooter

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Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #100 on: 25 08 2015, 12:39:19 »
Another problem: since yesterday, if network (wifi) fails, Miranda-NG goes offline for all the protocols (as expected). When Internet connection is restored, changing the status of Skypeweb to online seems to work partially (the icon shows it is online, but no contacts become visible in the contacts window). Only way to solve the problem is to restart Miranda.
 

Offline Vulpix

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #101 on: 25 08 2015, 20:51:49 »
I have a similar issue as warmbooter. I had to manually re-log and restart miranda and then I received a few "offline" messages from contacts. I was online all day and no disconnects occured, so something is wrong. I also can't change states - it's always just online. Can't do 'away' etc.
« Last Edit: 25 08 2015, 20:57:48 by Vulpix »
 

Offline Mikalair

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #102 on: 26 08 2015, 14:09:29 »
should be fixed.
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Offline Vulpix

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #103 on: 26 08 2015, 17:18:12 »
should be fixed.

Thanks, it's fixed for me :) messaging works like normal again.
 

Offline AnrDaemon

Re: SkypeWeb protocol
« Reply #104 on: 27 08 2015, 00:26:08 »
What is the current Group chat support status? Are they available in the server feed, to begin with?