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Chapter 10. Windows Media Player > Changing Player Appearance with Skins

Changing Player Appearance with Skins

You can change Media Player’s appearance by applying design schemes called skins. Each skin offers the essential controls—Play/Pause, Stop, Previous Track, Next Track, and Volume, and the usual Minimize, Maximize, and Close buttons—but skin appearance and features vary. Some skins link to visualizations or include playlists and audio controls; play around to see which skin has what.

To apply a skin

1.
Choose View > Skin Chooser.

2.
Select a skin from the list (Figure 10.12).

Figure 10.12. A preview of the skin appears in the right pane. Some skins are a triumph of form over function; it may take some hunting to find the Play button and other controls.


3.
Click Apply Skin on the toolbar (or press Alt+A).


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