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Hi VJers:

Not sure where to post this. I have been using Skype pc to pc calling to communicate with my fiancee. Does anyone know how you can save the call history. I can see it but trying to find a way to save it. Anyone tried this before? I know I can do a screen print, but don't see a way to select and copy and paste even. :crying: thx a bunch


Timeline for K1 visa

9/11/2008 – mailed I-129F

9/12/2008 – Received at VSC/NOA 1 sent (mail stamp-9/16)

9/15/2008 – check cashed

9/19/2008 –Received NOA1

12/28/2008 – Received NOA2 Approval email from CRIS

01/06/2009 – Left NVC for Mumbai Consulate

01/07/2009 – Received NVC confirmation letter in the mail

01/08/2009 – Mumbai Consulate received file electronically and sent packet 3 (info from DOS)

01/10/2009 – Mumbai Consulate received file (hard copy) from NVC (DHL tracking)

01/19/2009 – Overnighted packet 3 (still did not receive receive pkt 3 from Mumbai)

01/20/2009 – Packet 3 arrives at Mumbai Consulate

01/23/2009 – called DOS and was informed that packet 4 has been sent and interview date set.

01/24/2009 – Received hard copy of packet 3 (postmark Jan 20). Too late. Already sent packet 3 on Jan 19.

02/02/09 – Received Packet 4

02/04/09 – Submitted documents at the VFS Kolkata Office

02/06/09 - Medicals completed

03/02/2009 – BIG DAY, i.e., Interview Date

03/03/2009 - Visa received in mail

04/09/2009 - POE

AOS

04/17/2009 - CIVIL

6/16/2009 - Mailed AOS package

6/19/2009 - NOA1

7/08/2009 - AOS transferred to CSC

7/17/2009 - Biometrics appointment, EAD case Touched

8/05/2009 - EAD card production ordered, AP approved !!!!

ROC

08/27/2011 - Mailed ROC packageCIVIL

08/29/2011 - NOA1

09/19/2011 - Early Bio (scheduled date 10/03/2011)

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I'm not sure about skype but it's probably in the options/preferences under a tool menu perhaps? I'm sure if you do a search here on VJ you're bound to find posts.

In order to print a screen shot you need to open a image program. Most operating systems come with paint.

Print Scrn > open paint > create new > paste > save

edit: cuz I can't spell ;)

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Thanks JeffCloe/KimandRuss/Mo_Mati for responding. I tried running the skpeCDR.exe program but get an error saying "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135). Click on OK to terminate the application".

Anyone run into this issue? I did try screen prints before I posted which works fine but wanted to see if I can save it and then as my fiancee gets ready for the interview prep, we go through our files and pick and choose what we take with us to the interview.

We use Yahoo and Google talk as well. Sometimes we use one for calling and another for webcams depending on the technical difficulties we face with any of the apps/tools. I am trying to figure out how to do this in YM as well...


Timeline for K1 visa

9/11/2008 – mailed I-129F

9/12/2008 – Received at VSC/NOA 1 sent (mail stamp-9/16)

9/15/2008 – check cashed

9/19/2008 –Received NOA1

12/28/2008 – Received NOA2 Approval email from CRIS

01/06/2009 – Left NVC for Mumbai Consulate

01/07/2009 – Received NVC confirmation letter in the mail

01/08/2009 – Mumbai Consulate received file electronically and sent packet 3 (info from DOS)

01/10/2009 – Mumbai Consulate received file (hard copy) from NVC (DHL tracking)

01/19/2009 – Overnighted packet 3 (still did not receive receive pkt 3 from Mumbai)

01/20/2009 – Packet 3 arrives at Mumbai Consulate

01/23/2009 – called DOS and was informed that packet 4 has been sent and interview date set.

01/24/2009 – Received hard copy of packet 3 (postmark Jan 20). Too late. Already sent packet 3 on Jan 19.

02/02/09 – Received Packet 4

02/04/09 – Submitted documents at the VFS Kolkata Office

02/06/09 - Medicals completed

03/02/2009 – BIG DAY, i.e., Interview Date

03/03/2009 - Visa received in mail

04/09/2009 - POE

AOS

04/17/2009 - CIVIL

6/16/2009 - Mailed AOS package

6/19/2009 - NOA1

7/08/2009 - AOS transferred to CSC

7/17/2009 - Biometrics appointment, EAD case Touched

8/05/2009 - EAD card production ordered, AP approved !!!!

ROC

08/27/2011 - Mailed ROC packageCIVIL

08/29/2011 - NOA1

09/19/2011 - Early Bio (scheduled date 10/03/2011)

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There are options to save logs in all of those applications. The files are probably stored in the programs folders or your documents.

To save your image in paint just click file > save and keep in a location for later. I did that with all of our documentation. Printed out what I needed when we were ready to file. A word of advice... back up your files to a jump drive or cd. ;)


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Skype only keeps records for 6 months. You need to manually save the logs before they are dropped from the records after 6 months.

Off topic, but I have to say that I'm disappointed with Skype. I pay $0.30 per minute to phone Cambodia and rack up over $150 per month in fees on some months when I'm away. For that kind of money I think I should get proper records. I can work around this by saving all records monthly, but I shouldn't have to do this for the fees I'm paying out. Not only that, but the service is barely adequate and the cost of SMS messages has increased over 20% this year. I've also seen that the call timing meter sometimes runs as the phone is ringing, sometimes adding 30 to 60 cents to an already expensive call.

I also have Skype Pro and an online Skype number with a San Francisco area code, which does come in handy when dealing with state-side clients who might have unfounded reservations about working with an overseas developer. The only problem with my Skype number is that it always changes numbers in the client's caller ID when they receive a call from me. I'm paying for a static number and it should reflect my static number in the receiving party's caller ID. Sometimes the area code is from an entirely different region, like last month when i phoned a client in Oakland California and he had my area code as originating from Boston instead of San Francisco.

I don't know of any competitive players in the VOIP market yet, but I'll jump to another provider as soon as I find one.

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Me and my fiance use skype everyday. I took a SCREEN SHOT of all the call history since you can't copy and paste it. And it works for me.

Here is one of the screen shot I did. I just covered our name :)


Hi VJers:

Not sure where to post this. I have been using Skype pc to pc calling to communicate with my fiancee. Does anyone know how you can save the call history. I can see it but trying to find a way to save it. Anyone tried this before? I know I can do a screen print, but don't see a way to select and copy and paste even. :crying: thx a bunch

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K1 Process:
April 22, 2008 I-129F NOA1
Aug. 25, 2008 I-129F NOA2
Aug. 28, 2008 NVC left
Sept. 09, 2008 Consulate received
Sept. 16, 2008 Appointment notice received
Sept. 23, 2008 Filed Jap. police clearance
Sept. 24-25, 2008 Medical exam Done. Thank God I'm healthy
Oct. 03, 2008 Interview date
Nov. 11, 2008 Got a call from Jap. Embassy PC ready for pick up
Nov. 13, 2008 Picked up and submitted the Police clearance to USEM
Nov. 28, 2008 Visa is ready for delivery
Dec. 02, 2008 Visa in transit to Cebu (delayed bcuz Dec. 1 was holiday)
Dec. 03, 2008 Visa received abot na jud tawn Thank you Lord.
Dec. 08, 2008 POE Hawaii, Honolulu
Dec. 09, 2008 Got married (wedding and honeymoon in Hawaii)
Dec. 12, 2008 Newly wed couple flew to SFO, CA

AOS Process:
Feb. 04, 2009 USCIS received AOS docs.
Feb. 12, 2009 NOA received (AOS and EAD)
Feb. 13, 2009 Biometrics appointment received
Feb. 25, 2009 Biometrics schedule (10 AM) San Francisco DONE
March 14, 2009 Received interview schedule
April 11, 2009 Received EAD card
April 21, 2009 Interview (APPROVED) (2 months 17 days from filing)

April 28, 2009 Welcome Letter received
May 2, 2009 GREEN CARD received (2 months and 29 days)
May 22, 2009 Filed SSN
May 24, 2009 Got SSN at SSA
June 11, 2009 SSN Card received in mail

Naturalization

April 30, 2013 N-400 mailed (i used regular mail not express)

May 3, 2013 NOA priority date (received in mail 05/09/13)
May 8, 2013 Check cashed out, received text and email (N-400 accepted)

May 31, 2013 Biometrics

June 4, 2013 In Line

June 6, 2013 Received email and text N400 has been scheduled
June 10, 2013 Received letter in mail
July 16, 2013 Interview @3:30pm SFO

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I use a Mac. I have saved all history. It's in the window drop down at the top of the screen, under "history" If you have Apple - shift,apple,4 and copy the page. save it to your pictures, desktop or documents and print it . Easy.

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Me and my fiance use skype everyday. I took a SCREEN SHOT of all the call history since you can't copy and paste it. And it works for me.

Here is one of the screen shot I did. I just covered our name :)


Hi VJers:

Not sure where to post this. I have been using Skype pc to pc calling to communicate with my fiancee. Does anyone know how you can save the call history. I can see it but trying to find a way to save it. Anyone tried this before? I know I can do a screen print, but don't see a way to select and copy and paste even. :crying: thx a bunch

^^ :thumbs: My husband and I use skype most of the time. You may see the history of calls from the option/tab above for "history" (if your using pc) and a clock icon (if your using mac) just click it and use screen shots. Screen shots application for pc is downloadable, just google for screen shots and in mac just press apple key then shift and number 3 it will save automatically to your default folder (usually its in desktop)....

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