I've been playing around some more trying to build basic touchscreen skin with buttons that reserves a substantial amount of screen space for a photo. A family photo, a holiday (Easter, St Pat's, Christmas) photo, a hobby (vintage radios...) photo, an Olympics or other big sporting event photo. The photo is part of the .bmp background image, so it can be deleted easily and a new one pasted in using just Microsoft paint. Get the picture?
My main problem is that I run Vista, so I have to run dwjukebox in a window, with a specific aspect ratio, to get the touchscreen functionality to 'kind of' work. See my other post on the topic. The bottom line is that this skin works on my computer, but the images wouldn't line up correctly if I just used a standard aspect ratio, so I can't really release this once I'm happy with it. But I think the idea is good and maybe someone else might consider making something like this for use on an XP touchscreen in a 16:9 or 4:3 aspect ratio.
I plan on changing the four 'scooter' related buttons (volume down, up and page previous, next) to something more generic and tasteful at this point. My jukebox PC sits atop our television entertainment center, so I'm trying to make the interface attractive but not distracting.