Started as a concept, I thought I needed to apply it in PotPlayer, and this is what I came up with.
In the bottom, there is the Play/Pause button, along with Next and Previous buttons in sides. You can fire Stop by right-clicking the Play/Pause button, seeking right and left by 5 seconds by right-clicking the Next and Previous buttons respectively. The skin-top has the title, with Close and Minimize buttons. Right-clicking the Close button toggles while playing On-top.
The skin supports PotPlayer color themes for changing the skin color (Right click › Skins › Color Themes). The skin also uses Windows default borders, which supports color themeing.
This skin is made to be used with Direct3D 9 mode (Right click › Skins › On Screen Control › Use Direct3D 9).
This skin includes logo images for Idle and Loading states. To use those logos, make sure that Right click › Skins › Logo (while playback is off) and Logo (while starting playback) are set to [Default logo defined in skin].
Feel free to request feature additions and critique as fit.
Once downloaded, extract and merge the foobar2000 folder with a fresh portable install of foobar. You will also need to install the included fonts. Complete instructions included in archive.
The original inspiration for the design was from [link]
1.0 Initial release 1.1 Changes: - Foobar2000 v1.2.2 Compatability - New volume bar - Better title text spacing - Rewritten from scratch for better formatting, performance and scaling. - Repositioning of some buttons. - New Library/Playlist tree (looks better visually, less buggy) - Fixed Cursor follows playback button.' - CoverArt overlay less pronounced, looks neater. - Added some dynamic buttons (Play/pause example) - Ability to change colors and some preferences (Right click -> Splitter Settings -> Script -> Variables)
The Kingdom of Great Britain originated from the 1603 personal union between England (including Wales), Scotland and Ireland under King James I. More than a century later in 1707, the Scottish and English crowns were merged to form a single kingdom with a single parliament and government, from which Ireland was nevertheless excluded until 1801. Throughout the eighteenth century, the British kingdom rose to the status of an undisputed world power and ultimately came to control the largest empire in history.
The British flag, often called ‘Union Flag’, ‘Union Jack’ or ‘King’s Colours’ combined the English and Scottish flags, superimposing England’s red Cross of Saint George on the Scottish Saltire of Saint Andrew. It was first used in the days of James I and was adopted as the British national flag following the Acts of Union (1707). The design was modified in 1801, when Ireland joined the United Kingdom and the Irish Saint Patrick’s cross was added, thus creating the present-day Union Flag.