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The '''Display''' preferences page and its subpages contain options to change the appearance of [[foobar2000]].
The Display page and its subpage contain options to change the appearance of foobar2000. The most important option on the Display page itself is the user interface selection.
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== Options ==
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== User interface module ==
  
=== User interface module ===
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This option selects the active user interface module. In a fresh foobar2000 install, there's only one option to choose from: [[Foobar2000:Preferences:Default User Interface|Default User Interface]]. Other available interfaces are provided by [[Foobar2000:Components#3rd_Party_Components|third party components]].
  
This option selects the active user interface. Only the Default User Interface is installed by default. foobar2000 has to be restarted before changes in this option take effect.
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== Selection viewers ==
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Controls the behavior of selection viewers (Album Art Viewer and Selection Properties in Default User Interface).
  
=== Misc. settings ===
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== Album art ==
==== VBR bitrate updates per second ====
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Allows you to customize the way foobar2000 searches for album art to display:
  
This option affects how often the dynamic bitrate for variable bitrate formats is updated. Not all input components support reporting dynamic bitrate, but this will surely work for [[MP3]], [[Musepack]], [[Vorbis]] and [[AAC]].
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* Front cover
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* Back cover
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* Artist
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* Disc
  
==== Show keyboard shortcuts in menus ====
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To display images from a parent folder, such as an artist image called “artist.jpg”, prefix the image name with {{code|..\}}, e.g. {{code|..\artist.jpg}}.
 
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This option determines if keyboard shortcuts are shown in the main and context menus. This works for Default User Interface and Columns UI.
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=== Double-width characters in title formatting ===
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This option determines how double-width characters are treated in titleformatting scripts: whether to ignore them or to count as two regular characters.
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== Subpages ==
 
== Subpages ==
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The following subpages are present if you have [[Foobar2000:Components/Columns UI (foo ui columns)|Columns UI (foo_ui_columns)]] installed. Columns UI is a third party component.
  
The following subpages are present at all times:
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* [[Foobar2000:Preferences:Display:Columns UI|Columns UI]]
 
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** [[Foobar2000:Preferences:Display:Columns UI:Playlist switcher|Playlist switcher]]
* [[Foobar2000:Preferences:Context menu|Context menu]]
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** [[Foobar2000:Preferences:Display:Columns UI:Playlist view|Playlist view]]
* [[Foobar2000:Preferences:Titleformatting|Titleformatting]]
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The following subpages are present if you have Default User Interface (foo_ui_std) installed. As it's name implies, Default User Interface is installed by default.
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* [[Foobar2000:Preferences:Default User Interface|Default User Interface]]
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The following subpages are present if you have Columns UI (foo_ui_columns) installed. Columns UI is a third party component.
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* [[Foobar2000:Preferences:Columns UI|Columns UI]]
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** [[Foobar2000:Preferences:Columns UI:Playlist switcher|Playlist switcher]]
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** [[Foobar2000:Preferences:Columns UI:Playlist view|Playlist view]]
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Latest revision as of 20:03, 18 October 2018

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Preferences
Screenshot of the Display page

Deprecated pages

The Display preferences page and its subpages contain options to change the appearance of foobar2000.

User interface module[edit]

This option selects the active user interface module. In a fresh foobar2000 install, there's only one option to choose from: Default User Interface. Other available interfaces are provided by third party components.

Selection viewers[edit]

Controls the behavior of selection viewers (Album Art Viewer and Selection Properties in Default User Interface).

Album art[edit]

Allows you to customize the way foobar2000 searches for album art to display:

  • Front cover
  • Back cover
  • Artist
  • Disc

To display images from a parent folder, such as an artist image called “artist.jpg”, prefix the image name with ..\, e.g. ..\artist.jpg.

Subpages[edit]

The following subpages are present if you have Columns UI (foo_ui_columns) installed. Columns UI is a third party component.