After confirming the existence of the random messaging bug on Skype, it looks like its developers have been hard at work to provide a fix to the solution. Skype announced on its blog today that over the next few days it will be rolling out the hotfix which addresses the random messaging issue. The update also fixes the problem of not being able to save files when a user’s hard disk is in FAT 32 format.
Keep an eye out on Skype for the update notification, or head over to Skype’s website to download the latest version of the client. Take note that Skype 5.9 for Windows, Skype 2.8 for Android and Skype 4.0 for iOS have not been affected, so it’s only for users on Skype 5.10 for Windows, Skype 5.8 for Mac, Skype 4.0 for Linux and Skype 1.2 for Windows Phone. Were any of you affected by the messaging glitch?
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