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|All SkinnyMix! skins are stored in a common folder (directory). Each skin is contained in it's own unique folder. You can name a skin folder as you desire.|
Skin folders should contain the following files:
skin.ini - This is the file which will Contain all of the horizontal and vertical coordinates of the top-left corner of each of the object graphics. Coordinates are stored in TWIPS, which may be confusing. It is ecommended you use SkinArranger to position the graphic objects.
icon.ico - This is the icon which will be displayed in the system tray. 16 color icons are recommended as they will display best in the system tray of Windows 9x/2K. We recommend Microangelo by Eclipsit Corporation.
mixerback.gif - This is the background image used by the mixer. It also will determine the shape of the mixer itself. Any part of the image which are the color magenta, represented by (255,0,255) or FF00FF, will be transparent.
trayvolback.gif - This is the background to the system tray volume adjuster. This graphic does not support transparency.
close.gif, titlebar.gif, minbutton.gif - These files represent the close button, title bar and minimize button respectively. Their pressed state graphics are closepress.gif, titlebarpress.gif, minbuttonpress.gif. The pressed and non-pressed graphics should be of the same size. Pressed graphics will have the same horizontal and vertical coordinates for their top-left corners as the non-pressed ones.
cdmute.gif, linemute.gif, mainmute.gif, micmute.gif, midimute.gif, wavemute.gif, auxmute.gif - These are the graphics used for the mutes of each the channels in the inactive or un-muted state.
cdmutechecked.gif, linemutechecked.gif, mainmutechecked.gif, micmutechecked.gif, midimutechecked.gif, wavemutechecked.gif, auxmutechecked.gif - These are the graphics used for the mutes of each the channels in the active or muted state.
traymute.gif, traymutechecked.gif - The tray mute graphics appear on the tray slider. This mute does the equivilate to muting the main.
cdback.gif, lineback.gif, mainback.gif, micback.gif, midiback.gif, waveback.gif, auxback.gif, bassback.gif, trebleback.gif,trayvolslider.gif - These are the backgrounds to the sliders.
cdthumb.gif, linethumb.gif, mainthumb.gif, micthumb.gif, midithumb.gif, wavethumb.gif, auxthumb.gif, bassthumb.gif, treblethumb.gif, traythumb.gif - These are the thumbs to the above sliders.
|Understanding the SkinnyMix! - Skin.ini|
|For those of you who are either curious how a skin.ini should look, want to debug a skin, and/or are gluttons for punishment, the following is a description of the SkinnyMix! Mixer v2.x skin.ini format. Again, it is recommended you use SkinArranger to arrange your skins.|
TaskTitle=Tooltip for the system tray icon here in quotes
VolumeControlPosition=A V or H should appear here in quotes.
a V means all of the sliders, excluding the bass and treble, will go up and down. An H would mean the slider will go left to right. Right being the maximum volume.
BassTrebPosition=Same as VolumeControlPosition except for the bass and treble sliders.
TrayPosition=Same as VolumeControlPosition except for the Systray slider.
Artist=Your name here in quotes
SkinName=The skin name here in quotes
ArtistWeb=The your web page URL here in quotes
ArtistEmail=The your email address here in quotes
SysTrayIcon=Tooltip for the system tray icon
TitleBar=Tooltip for the mixer title bar
CloseButton=Tooltip for the close button
MinButton=Tooltip for the minimize button
MainVolumeControl=Tooltip for the main volume control
WaveVolumeControl=Tooltip for the wave volume control
MidiVolumeControl=Tooltip for the midi volume control
CdVolumeControl=Tooltip for the CD audio volume control
LineVolumeControl=Tooltip for the line-in volume control
MicVolumeControl=Tooltip for the mic volume control
AuxVolumeControl=Tooltip for the Aux volume control
BassLevelControl=Tooltip for the bass level control
TrebleLevelControl=Tooltip for the treble level control
MinVisible=A True or False should appear here without quotes.
True means this control will be shown when the mixer is displayed. If you do not want one of the sliders to appear simply set this value to False. This will rule apply to all objects.
MinTopLocation=This is the top position of the object. This is messured in TWIPS. A 0 would represent the top of the mixer or the system tray volume adjuster.
MinLeftLocation=This is the left position of the object. This is messured in TWIPS. A 0 would represent the left of the mixer or the system tray volume adjuster.
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Last updated: November 24, 2017