- Here you're! We have just talked about you.
- Here you're! We have just been talking about you.
I think I made a little mistake when I chose to use Present Perfect instead of Present Perfect Continuos. Boiling down to the rules the have no meaningfull diference except for emphasis on number (Present Perfect) and emphasis on duration (Present Perfect Continuos) IN GENERAL. I'm not talking about experience, personal changes, annoyance, and so forth.
But in this case we have past action of some duration which took place before the object of the conversation came. So the second one is more preferable, isn't it?