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Designer: Brian Dermody
A classic jukebox acts as a frame around a pair of alternating photos. The center photo display is designed to be replaced by your own favorite two photos, which will alternate once a minute; just copy your photos into the skin folder as pic1 and pic2. The sign at the top and the “dwjukebox” ad [...]
This classic skin is based off of the design of the Seeburg M-100 C; it includes a full set of touchscreen buttons. It requires the Hound Dog Sound Pack. You can see this excellent skin in action on a beautiful handmade jukebox cabinet in the forum.
Designer: Eric Bateman and Bob
This skin, originally based on Eric Bateman’s Neon Box layout, was modified by Bob of Pinball Nirvana. It has some additional buttons added, including an on-screen Exit button which is a rarity among DWJukebox skins.
Designer: Eric Bateman
With 64 selections available at once, this high-density skin really works best at resolutions of 1024×768 and above, so my standard 800×600 screenshot really doesn’t do it justice.
Another skin I have been sitting on for far too long. LHUPA designed this skin to use Futura Bold as the font, but unfortunately I do not have a redistributable version of that font. If you have Futura I strongly recommend editing the Fonts section of the skin to use the designer’s planned font. Astral’s [...]
I’ve been sitting on this beautiful skin for some time now. LHUPATECH specializes in high-resolution backgrounds with textures that really require a lossless presentation, and when this skin was first submitted to me it weighed in at 20 megabytes. With DWJ 3.41′s ability to use PNG files I can finally present this skin to you. [...]
Designer: Ben Johnson
An unusual departure, this skin replicates the LCARS interface used on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Designed by Ben Johnson, I have taken the liberty of modifying the skin to add indicators for modes such as Radio, Loop, etc., plus used the new User Timers function to implement some “blinkies”. This skin requires version 3.4.1 [...]
Designer: Hound Dog
This is a modification of Hound Dog’s wonderful Wurly skin, set up to use numeric input rather than alphanumeric. This makes it ideal for use with a media center PC attached to a 1080p HDTV (use aspect ratio 16:10 for best results) and controlled via a remote control. This wide-screen skin based on a Wurlitzer [...]
Inspired by a Zenith console TV cabinet, this skin really must be appreciated in all its high-resolution glory. The small screenshots I use really do not do it justice. It is available in three different types of lighting; this version uses an orange backlight.