Again, I'm not trolling. I am just having problems with Winamp gotten a little bloated over the years
No problem, no hard feelings, everybody enjoy!
I'd hate to see what professional designers thought of Foobar.
I think most of the users won't complain if foobar2000, without sacrificing performance or functionality, came with an appealing visual design like Windows Media Player 12 - a pimped but still native look.
As if form and function can never be equal.
There has been a real sense in this thread that because Foobar is so feature rich that it somehow isn't allowed to also look pleasing to the eye. As if form and function can never be equal.I'd hate to see what professional designers thought of Foobar.
Don't get me wrong, but why don't skinning f2k, if someone likes it? If it's a chooseable option, where is your problem?
Sorry for interfering, but this discussion is a bit... ridiculous.
Re-read the first post. He did not request anything. He did not specifically state what is lacking. He spent as little time and effort on the OP has he may of spent using foobar2000.
I don't understand this topic.
I understand the topic starter perfectly. I don't believe any of you people defending foobar2000 use it with its out-of-the-box look.
Hithere,Today I gave Foobar a shot, intending to divorce from Winamp after a very long and happy marriage.After hearing some positive feedback about Foobar I gave it a try, but to be honest, I am quiet astounded to see that Foobar is graphically still in the 90's, and so is the way to get usable skins (to make the experience a little more apealing and usable) to work.O.k. flame me to hell with probably a lot of valid arguments and opinions, but I can't imagine I am the only one looking for a Winamp of the 21st century, and will for these reasons not choose Foobar as a successor.
Still I would be very hesitant to advise FooBar to most of my friends, since I am afraid I would have to spend lots of time helping them adjusting everything to everybody's wishes.
case, for me it is visually more appealing to have an ui that matches exactly the os theme[...]