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Thread: come and get it. BRUSHED ALUMINUM for Centrafuse 1.4

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    VENDOR - Centrafuse veetid's Avatar
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    overwrite the exe with one that works from your other two PC's... if it is looking for loading.jpg, then somehow it's the old 1.3 exe... not sure how, but it has to be...

    that wouldn't make sense why the blue ice works... the blue ice skin on the same machine has no loading.jpg does it?

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    Yes it does . I think I forgot to uninstall 1.3 on my work machine before installing 1.4, but it was working perfectly with the default skin.

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    *** Updated ***


    Added Brushed Aluminum To External Apps Screens. Keyboard And Close Text Should Be Readable Now.

    Download New Link As Necessary.
    Brushed Metal for Centrafuse 1.4
    Brushed Aluminum for Centrafuse 1.4


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    Awwwwe... you updated and you didn't want to include my new Art icons . J/K... but the skin really does deserve better than the default blue-on-white which doesn't seem to fit at all. Maybe other are not as sensitive because they actually have real art. All mine is in the ID3 tags so I'm out of luck until a CF update.

    (David: I'm not requesting ID3 art for the next release... I consider it a low priority. I'm just expecting it sometime before 2.0 final )

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    ***FINAL UPDATE***

    Re-saved all images to 96 dpi, as some saves i have done were on 72 dpi, which caused scaling problems since there were inconsistensies on files saved on different resolutions (96dpi and 72dpi)

    Skin should now behave like the original on centrafuse.
    Brushed Metal for Centrafuse 1.4
    Brushed Aluminum for Centrafuse 1.4


    xenarc 700ts | via epia-m10k | audigy2 nx | holux gm-210 | usb wifi | 40gb 2.5" | slot-load dvd-cdrw | morex 3688 | opus 150w | centrafuse, iguidance

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    Does anyone have acess to these skins still? It'd be much appreciated if I could get them even though it's 2yrs later.
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    Even if they are to be found, I'm 99% certain they won't work with current versions of CF.

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    You are correct, kinda wondered why they looked different and me being new to carputers, now I know! I actually kinda like the layout of the old CF though. Skins are limited with CF but since they have a few programs to design your own and after a week of having my carputer instealled I'm definitely going to take a stab at it!
    2000 Pontiac Trans Am Firehawk #102
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    Motherboard: ABit NF-M2S (Micro-ATX)
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    Hard Drive: WD 160GIG
    Monitor: 7" Lilliput 629GL
    Front End: CentraFuse With Navigation

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