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I use Chrome. My laptop windows 8, has a camera. How do I activate it? Do I need an app for this, or SKYPE?  ... for chat? 


 

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Hey there Goby, you don't need anything special (just don't use internet explorer/Microsoft edge since these browsers aren't compatible with the video chatting portion). On the website, there's a specific portion for video chatting. You just join a room if there's anyone online. Here's the link if you can't find it: https://www.signlanguageforum.com/asl/asl-video-chat-rooms/

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