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Skins for Nitrogen Player Updated
XDA member microfi has updated this big collection of skins for Nitrogen player on Windows Mobile devices. The multi resolutions skins can be found on the collection and styles are so vast that sure you will find one of your liking. One of the great things of this thread collection is that other members are contributing, making this a huge collection with several different skins.
Originally posted by microfi
[SKINS] Skins for Nitrogen 0.3+
Check out the WMSkins.com official category for Nitrogen! You may continue posting here, of course, but it would be awesome to have a skin gallery as they offer on their site. So, consider registrating there (won’t take more than 2 min) and post your work there!
Let’s make this thread as clean as possible! Please just post here the skins/mods you’ve designed for Nitrogen 0.3+! If you have questions/requests/comments to make, please post them on this thread or PM the author!
Click here to download the Skin Toolbox, a utility to make skins for Nitrogen 0.3!
This page will contain skins for the MP3 Player Nitrogen 0.3 and later versions. Let’s make this a skin gallery: each post containing a skin, with the output generated by the Skin Exporter utility. If you designed a skin and like to share it, export it as ZIP file and post it here with a screenshot!
More details on how to use the Skin Toolbox (tutorials, FAQ, etc. will be coming soon!).
Note: it’s highly recommended to provide the SKPROJ file along with the skin. This way, other users can provide mods and adapt to their resolutions! To do that, please leave the option “Include source in ZIP file” checked, on the Skin Exporter utility.
Please drop by the skins collection thread for more information.
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