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Author Topic: New Skin for standalone jukeboxes  (Read 1704 times)

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New Skin for standalone jukeboxes
« on: August 29, 2006, 05:34:47 pm »
I'm a newbie in this forum and I want to sbmit a skin but I don't know how I will send it only the skin zipped file or the entire jukebox without music? I build standalone jukeboxes with WINCAB/DOSCAB since one year. The skins I build havn't no buttons on it because I have no touch screens and I never use a mouse in any jukebox project, just physical parts like keyboards or real jukebox buttons. I never use the .jpg format due to its foggy details but I use the .bmp for best clarity. All fonts used are non smoothed also for clarity and accuracy. The "Fixed Dimension" is adjusted to Height. I search to build it in the "real like" way as possible. The skin that I submit is called "LHUPATECH Schenectady" and it was made especially for computer made standalone jukebox enthousiasts. On a 20 inch monitor, this skin will be closer to real title strip dimensions (or little bigger).  Perhaps the skin can be installed on gaming machines' jukebox but I don't know if it will fit it with accuracy... The best way is to try it! I will submit it after received all the informations requested.