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post #46 of 450
Took me forever to figure out how to configure the stupid thing and I still think that its visually far too chaotic looking, but here's mine.



fixed.
post #47 of 450
Mine: (Br3tt makes awesome stuff)
post #48 of 450
Those are both Xchange! That one is pretty slick and the configurations options are just endless.
Very nice!
post #49 of 450
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Originally Posted by ROBSCIX View Post
Those are both Xchange! That one is pretty slick and the configurations options are just endless.
Very nice!
Yep, I love the configuration options. I just think its a bit loud looking. I'd love to find something with the same amount of toys but a more minimal looking design.
post #50 of 450
WOW you guys have some talent! Where can one learn how to create skins for foobar?
post #51 of 450
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Originally Posted by sleepybrown View Post
WOW you guys have some talent! Where can one learn how to create skins for foobar?
Not my talent:
http://br3tt.deviantart.com/art/Xcha...5-1b-130750625

Some really nice skins in this thread. Really like Lil' Knight's, Heatfan's, gevorg's, and Graphicism. All very nice, pleasing to the eye designs. I was really limited in my choices it seems because I'm running a later version of Foobar.
post #52 of 450
is there a guide somewhere on how to install f2k skins?

it seems very confusing
post #53 of 450
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Originally Posted by koven View Post
is there a guide somewhere on how to install f2k skins?

it seems very confusing
It is very confusing. Took me some long hours trying to figure it all out. Once I got it figured out it was pretty simple. It also depends on how old or new your version of Foobar is. The newer versions are skinned in a different way.

The Xchange skin by Br3tt has a decent guide included. There was a couple of things I was hung up on, but finally figured out. For instance, the guide doesn't clarify that one of the folders it mentions doesn't actually exist in Foobar, you have to create it yourself before you dump the files in. That took me a long time to figure out. Another issue was figuring out how to add the correct "components" to get a build working. Br3tt has a link to all of his components on the link to deviantart I added. If anyone has questions let me know. I had a hard time finding help getting foobar up and running, and the "official" forums like hydrogenaudio seems a bit cold to new users, and I found the technical talk there pretty confusing.
post #54 of 450
Thread Starter 
You guys must spend as much time making these fubar 2000 customizations as listening to music.

Itunes: in. Foobar2000: out.

Itunes should have wasapi support working real soon anyways.
post #55 of 450
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Originally Posted by Crazy*Carl View Post
You guys must spend as much time making these fubar 2000 customizations as listening to music.

Itunes: in. Foobar2000: out.

Itunes should have wasapi support working real soon anyways.
It took me a couple days forcing myself to get through it. I'm sure most of the folks in this thread had a far less hard time figuring it all out. The sad thing is that with an up to date good guide I could have had it set up in about 5 minutes. Recently setup foobar on a friends computer with ASIO in about that time. It'd be nice if foobar came preconfigured...
post #56 of 450
I like many of these configs, but it just seems too difficult to set up and figure out. too bad for a simpleton like me.

@adrift - Rudimentary Peni? talk about obscure. I've got that Farce EP buried somewhere in the garage. good stuff.
post #57 of 450
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I like many of these configs, but it just seems too difficult to set up and figure out. too bad for a simpleton like me.

@adrift - Rudimentary Peni? talk about obscure. I've got that Farce EP buried somewhere in the garage. good stuff.
Yeah I love Rudimentary. Great stuff.
post #58 of 450
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Originally Posted by Crazy*Carl View Post
You guys must spend as much time making these fubar 2000 customizations as listening to music.

Itunes: in. Foobar2000: out.

Itunes should have wasapi support working real soon anyways.
I mess around with configs as I am listening to music.
I like my players to look great and have the features and options I want.
post #59 of 450
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Originally Posted by EmptyTalk View Post
I like many of these configs, but it just seems too difficult to set up and figure out. too bad for a simpleton like me.

@adrift - Rudimentary Peni? talk about obscure. I've got that Farce EP buried somewhere in the garage. good stuff.
You just make sure you have the right components installed and make sure the right files are where they should be and that is it.
post #60 of 450
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Originally Posted by ROBSCIX View Post
You just make sure you have the right components installed and make sure the right files are where they should be and that is it.
For the complete novice with little spare time it seems a bit tougher than that. I'm pretty computer savvy (work in IT as a software tester), and I had a tough time getting it all together at first.
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