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  • molnart
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Reply #75
I had created the image below after I rearranged my Foobar layout, in order to integrate the AlbumArt panel into the overall color theme, and for looks of course. Nothing complex here, just pure simplicity.



yours has the tied first place along with that leftist image

  • cosmosis
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Reply #76

  • zmur
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Reply #77
  • Last Edit: 18 June, 2006, 07:15:15 PM by zmur

  • drake
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Reply #78


color scheming to fit with
  • Last Edit: 18 June, 2006, 07:35:06 PM by drake

  • Slourte
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Reply #79

  • Excrono
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Reply #80


The title text is Zekton, which is one of many offered on the excellent Larabee Fonts site. The F2K logo font is You're Gone which is from the same source. Thanks for the positive feedback.

  • zmur
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Reply #81
thanks for reply

  • lextune
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Reply #82
Here's mine:

foobar2000 + EAC + Burrrn = Happiness

  • cosmosis
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Reply #83
whoa, did you make that?

  • TheQwerty
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Reply #84
I made this one to go with my color theme:

  • dBaines
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Reply #85
Here's what I use:
  • Last Edit: 19 June, 2006, 09:14:15 PM by dBaines

  • Nakkis
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Reply #86
[a href="http://img143.imageshack.us/my.php?image=default5vx.png" target="_blank"]

  • nightwingz
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Reply #87
Got 2 different versions here, pick what you like. Took me a bit to do, but i think they turned out pretty good.




  • ara-fat32
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Reply #88
My Golden Apple

  • Yotsuya
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Reply #89

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-$if($strcmp($left(%path%,7),http$char(58)$char(47)$char(47)),components\online-radio.*,components\no-cover.*)


Well I overhauled my interface and decided I wanted a new no-album pic. I came up with the above code as my no-cover art source which will display an alternate "Online Radio" image if the currently active source is a URL (online radio).

EDIT: Updated images and removed thumbnailing.
  • Last Edit: 22 June, 2006, 09:54:45 AM by Yotsuya

  • KarnEvil9
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Reply #90
Why are you thumbnailing 300 pixel images anyway?
My Last.fm Profile:  http://www.last.fm/user/_Tarkus_/

  • spihcnus
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Reply #91
My image is based off the one from wikipedia.
I use png's alpha transparency to blend in, since I haven't decided on a final colour scheme yet.

You have to view it with a non-white background to actually see it, unfortunately.

  • KarnEvil9
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Reply #92
[a href="http://imageshack.us" target="_blank"]

Anybody else have radio no-cover art?  (I already got the two with the analog stereo tuner in this thread.)
My Last.fm Profile:  http://www.last.fm/user/_Tarkus_/

  • Sphix
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Reply #93
My Radio Stream image

  • Last Edit: 23 June, 2006, 11:59:08 PM by Sphix
-foobar2000 + Burrrn + EAC
-HD 80Gb using High QualityVBR MP3s

  • KarnEvil9
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Reply #94
That's my favorite one yet.  Thanks, Sphix!
My Last.fm Profile:  http://www.last.fm/user/_Tarkus_/

  • MoeRL
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Reply #95
Excuse the stupid question.. but is there a way to configure for a no-cover image to be displayed simply if no cover is found in the folder..? If not, what do you do? Don't tell me you go around all your music folders that don't contain an album cover image and place the no-cover image in there manually...

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Reply #96
Excuse the stupid question.. but is there a way to configure for a no-cover image to be displayed simply if no cover is found in the folder..? If not, what do you do? Don't tell me you go around all your music folders that don't contain an album cover image and place the no-cover image in there manually...

It usually is called default.png & should be located in your components directory. I believe the album art plugin is configured to look there automatically, if you store your image somewhere else you will need to change the path in the settings.

Cheers

  • MoeRL
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Reply #97

Excuse the stupid question.. but is there a way to configure for a no-cover image to be displayed simply if no cover is found in the folder..? If not, what do you do? Don't tell me you go around all your music folders that don't contain an album cover image and place the no-cover image in there manually...

It usually is called default.png & should be located in your components directory. I believe the album art plugin is configured to look there automatically, if you store your image somewhere else you will need to change the path in the settings.

Cheers

Ah crap.. we're talking about album art? I'm not even using album art yet . I'd like this to work with Pretty Popup!
Anybody wanna tell me where to put the image so it works with pretty popup? Thanks a lot.

  • gfngfgf
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Reply #98
Anybody wanna tell me where to put the image so it works with pretty popup? Thanks a lot.

In your prettypop album art filenames list, after your normal source(s), add the location of your no-cover image.  For instance, this is what I use:

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['('%date%') ']%album%;|C:\Program Files\foobar2000\components\default

Make sure you don't forget the pipe "|", which tells pretty popup that you're giving the entire path to the image.

  • Yotsuya
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Reply #99
If you use the pipe, the plugin will by default search from your foobar directory so in the interest of keeping things simple and compatible with regions where windows uses a different name for your program files you can simplify things to just ";|components\default" if you want prettypop to use the same default no-cover image as albumart.

Also keep in mind that prettypop will automatically add the extensions for all supported image types to the search, so dont specify a file extension in your sources list.  If you want prettypop to display cover.* from the song's directory, and if that is not found display any image from the song's directory, and if that is not found display the same default no-cover image as albumart.. then your prettypop source line should look like this:

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cover;*;|components\default
  • Last Edit: 24 June, 2006, 08:21:39 AM by Yotsuya