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Re: Default UI Gallery

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Farewell to my old foobar v1.3 theme. Time to make a new one. ;)

Nothing fancy - Lyric Show / ESLyric, Facets, SimPlaylist, and the Segoe UI Symbol font for tabs / lists / playlists to add icons. (I do like the clean and simple look of DUI)


Re: Default UI Gallery

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Haven't updated in awhile but it was time. WSH and JS panel performance was no longer holding up to my collection.

Happily SimPlaylist and Peter's work in general (+Wilb's!!) is still bullet-proof. Did a 1.4 ground up rebuild so thought I'd share.
btw DUI, with WIN10 theme to get the dark app tabs/framing.


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My simple theme :)
“We are not stuff that abides, but patterns that perpetuate themselves.” – Norbert Wiener


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My actual theme. Quiet simple, but gives me all the infos I need. :)


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My luscious Medieval theme with a Canterbury Blackletter font, inspired by the calligraphic parchment books of medieval monks.

It features various selection tabs for full screen album view, composer view, genre view and artist view with a display tab to play the selected item. What it lacks in album/song switching speed, it makes up for in visuals.

(The still life on the composer view is just a placeholder for composers whom I haven't found an image for yet.)
Hhhmmmm Croissants.....

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Decided to use Foobar2000 in full screen, and have better bigger view on Waveform

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I have been using foobar2000 for a few years and have been tinkering with the UI pretty much ever since, however my general layout remained largely unchanged for the last year or so.

Simplified layout, added vectorscope (uses Shpeck (foo_shpeck)/Winamp AVS) and YouTube Source (foo_youtube).

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Nothing special or extra ordinary. Just a simple layout I did (please don't mind the useless bar on semi-top and the playlist list).
lh11, the noob person

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Uh 5 years later decided to update my DUI theme...
It did not change much visually, but I had to rework few scripts since I made a switch to SMP as java script host.
Loved waveform minibar too! So that also found place in updated skin.

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Layout I've been using for a while now. I change the colors every now and then, but the rest stays pretty much the same as it's near perfect for me.


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Customized to your requirements: maximum functionality with a minimum size, + the most important access to tags! In order for everything to be as intended, a collection of music with "correct" tags and other trifles is needed ...

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Customized to your requirements: maximum functionality with a minimum size, + the most important access to tags! In order for everything to be as intended, a collection of music with "correct" tags and other trifles is needed ...

Would you please share your Foo skin.
Thank you.

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yadi.sk/d/IS3dJd11VlLtiw

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I used to go crazy with metadata and displayed it all on a full-screen config. Now I just enjoy my music. This small config is designed to play full albums.

The main player is always open, while the browser window is only open when I need it.

The gear icon in the title bar of the window opens the main menu. The heart button bottom-right tags the current track so it shows a red dot in the playlist to indicate favorite tracks. The eject button bottom-right opens the browser window (Facets). The left-most facet shows the first level of subfolders within my main music folder, which basically gives me several different music libraries without having to mess with genre tags and such. It also helps me keep un-tagged music isolated in my Sort folder.