Allows user selectable colors, fonts, and button graphics.
Lists and allows activation of the the installed skins. To change a skin, select one from the list and choose "Change Skin". This will change the skin's colors, fonts, and graphics according to the skin settings.
This screen provides the ability to adjust the colors of the buttons, backgrounds, and other elements of the interface.
- Global Button - Specifies the color of a button if the button does not have any other special color setting. This is the color of the "OK" and "Cancel" buttons, for example.
- Global Panel - The color of the main "panel" of a window which is used for alerts and in the configuration screens.
- Global Window Title - The color of the title bar which is used for alerts and in the configuration screens.
- Global Highlight - The color that highlights an item when it is selected.
- Global Highlight Font - The color of the text when an item is selected.
- Keyboard Number Key - The color of the numeric digits found on the keyboards used in views and on password screens.
- Keyboard Character Key - The color of the characters found on the keyboards used in views and on password screens.
- Keyboard Special Key - The color for special buttons such as Shift, Enter, CTR, etc.
- Global highlight Font - DUPLICATE FROM ABOVE???
- List Scrollbars - The color of the up, down, and scroller buttons found on the scroll bars found in lists.
- List Scroll Buttons - If using the scroll buttons (Display>List/Scrollbar Settings>Show Scroll Buttons), this is the color of those buttons.
- List Background - The color of the background of lists found in views and configuration screens.
- List Caption Background - At the top of each column in a view, there is a caption header. This is the color of that box. This is also the color of the details found underneath of the request list, the random play filter box, the user box, and the clock.
- List Alternate Line Tint - In a list, every other line will have a tint of this color.
- List Marked or Flashing Item Color - After adding a request, the track will blink this color.
- Standard Button - The color for the settings button and the change mode button.
- Standard Button Checked -
- Exit Button - The "X" button.
- Big Volume Control - The color of the volume up, volume down, and the "Volume" button. Note this does not change the volume background color, that color is a tint of the "Main Window Background".
- Main Window Background - The window that everything else sits on top of.
- Menu Background - The background of the menu.
- Player Buttons - Color of the player buttons such as Play, Pause, Stop, Previous, Stop After Track, Etc.
- Player Background - The entire player is enclosed inside of a box. This is the color of that box, this color will tint the "now playing display" inside of the player.
- Player Progress and Timer - The box that surrounds the progress bar as well as the progress bar itself.
- Request List Background - The color of the large box that encloses the request list, request list buttons, and the boxes below the request list. (Should be renamed). Note that the request list background itself is controlled via the "List Background" setting.
- Request List Background - Not working
- Request List Buttons Background - The box that encloses the request list buttons (move up, move down, move to top, move to bottom, delete, clear).
- Request List Buttons - The request list buttons (move up, move down, move to top, move to bottom, delete, clear).
- Views Background - The box that encloses the view area. (The results in a border around and throughout the view area).
- Extra View Buttons - This includes the Add Selected, Add All, and Back buttons.
- Standard Icons - The icons that are used for the Add Selected, Add All, and Back buttons are colored by this color.
Provides the ability to adjust the fonts, colors, and styling used throughout the interface.
- artist [view.artist]
- album [view.album]
- char [view.char]
- title [view.title]
- trackno [view.trackno]
- duration [view.duration]
- details [view.details]
Media Type Icons
Jukebox Jockey places an icon to identify the media type next to each track. In line with the above you can define 3 "media type" images in the \Skins\Images folder.
The images located in the /Skins folder will be used to create the visual elements for the GUI. Background images have one state because they do not change. The Button images have 3 states (Up, Down, Disabled). The glyphs have 3 states just like the buttons states but they can have an unlimited amount of sets of states which can be used to display particular images for particular modes.
- MostTop - - MostBottom - Top - Bottom