SpeedDial for Skype lets you answer and hang up calls, and create speed dials for any Skype contacts -- so that you don't have to find a flat surface for your mouse or even look at your monitor to use Skype. If you have a wireless keyboard and a wireless headset then why are you still sitting in front of your Mac when you make Skype calls.
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Version: SpeedDial for Skype (Mac OS X) 1
Does what it says.
Why bother, when you can use a Skype widget, or your can use your Skype-enabled phone to do what you need to pay $7 for? More clutter to the Launch Bar that isn't required.