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Phil Wood
2004-03-07, 11:19
I decided to try the "touch" skin but now I can't figure out how to
change skins. I'm running Linux and have already deleted
/etc/slimserver.conf - Any suggestions?

Graham Scott
2004-03-07, 11:25
I did the same with Windows. I eventually gave up looking for settings
and went for an uninstall / reinstall ...

It's either a well hidden option or it's not there at all. Otherwise,
it's an excellent looking skin.

g.


Phil Wood wrote:
> I decided to try the "touch" skin but now I can't figure out how to
> change skins. I'm running Linux and have already deleted
> /etc/slimserver.conf - Any suggestions?
>
>
>

Rob Funk
2004-03-07, 11:30
Phil Wood wrote:
> I decided to try the "touch" skin but now I can't figure out how to
> change skins. I'm running Linux and have already deleted
> /etc/slimserver.conf - Any suggestions?

No matter what skin you're in, you can go to a different one by adding its
name to the URL, so try doing this to get to the Light skin:
http://yourserver:9000/Light/
From there you should be able to get to the settings and change them.

(Strangely, specifying Standard in the URL didn't seem to work for me.)

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kdf
2004-03-07, 12:41
Quoting Rob Funk <rfunk (AT) funknet (DOT) net>:

> Phil Wood wrote:
> > I decided to try the "touch" skin but now I can't figure out how to
> > change skins. I'm running Linux and have already deleted
> > /etc/slimserver.conf - Any suggestions?
>
> No matter what skin you're in, you can go to a different one by adding its
> name to the URL, so try doing this to get to the Light skin:
> http://yourserver:9000/Light/
> >From there you should be able to get to the settings and change them.
>
> (Strangely, specifying Standard in the URL didn't seem to work for me.)

This feature works by directory rather than skin name. Mostly these match, but
Light is EN and Standard is Default. Thus http://yoursever:9000/EN/ and
http://yoursever:9000/Default/ would work.

-kdf