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    Like it! One of the cleanest and do not push on a brains :-) Good sample of "industrial style" interface design! Simple and easy to understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hark
    i was trying to remember that page....

    google is useless these days... every result i got when searching came up with payware sites..

    thankyou heaps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GizmoQ
    Now he just needs to put the online indicator over the "WWW."
    done.

    Quote Originally Posted by meddler
    and one over the GPS button too
    and done. well kinda.. need guino to write the code to let me do it easily without flash... pleeease guino? but the provision is there for it. (i mean number of satellites locked)

    i removed the small phoco connection and charge indicators (The indicators on the right hand end of the phone button), as its kinda obvious if your phone is connected - the signal and battery will show up, and you know if ur phone is on charge as you would have just plugged it in. and i needed more room on the button - fitted the battery and signal status onto one line... also added a volume slider over the volume buttons...

    oh and theres two indicators on the music button - one for repeat, one for random..

    i hope it doesnt look too messy....

    even though all the indicators are small, they are surprisingly easy to see and interpret while driving.
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    now that is some good work.
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    mp3 with visualisations..
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    Quote Originally Posted by tja
    done.
    even though all the indicators are small, they are surprisingly easy to see and interpret while driving.
    Now I really can't wait for this skin to be done, gimme, gimme, gimme!!!
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    nice

    whats the name of that vis??

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    @Marazi - its from a vis collection by someone i cant remember which i found somewhere i cant remember.. coulda been customize.org but the collection is called "whyEye.org since t(h)en" will post a linky to it later i have to go out in 5 mins! (I might include it in the skin.zip as some of the visualisations suit the skin quite well.)

    @Gizmoq there will be a beta release on the weekend with some bits not working - namely cd rip, weather, and maybe a couple of other little things.
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    am thinking of having visuals on permanently in the music screen in a small window as seen in pic 1... the pressing the visuals button makes the visu almost full screen (Pic 2)...

    reason im doing this is the visu i will mostly be using is a spectrum analyser and would like to always have it on whenever i go into the audio_player.skin....

    yay? nay? im not sure how slower processors will handle this (visu's always being on)... let me know if this is overkill or a good idea please!
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