THIS IS NOT MEANT FOR EVERYONE!
To enable skinning support in Equalify you will need to grab the latest Equalify Beta - by opting in in the Equalify settings:
After you have the new beta version ( 18.104.22.16801 ) you should start spotify and show the EQ window. Move it once to make it re-generate the config file - with the new options.
OR you can add them manually to the config file.
In either case you will have to edit the file yourself to enable it.
The equalify config file is located in %appdata%/equalify/ and the file is called equalify2.eq
(Make sure you shut down spotify before editing the equalify config file, or your changes will most likely be overwritten.)
Open it and find the EQ key and set:
Restart spotify and load equalify and you should have a new button in the equalify toolbar "Skin Rld" You can use that button to load a skin file from any location, while the eq is running.
It will not save the skin file to the conf, but if you name the file eq.skin.json and place it in the same folder as the equalify2.eq file, it will be loaded automatically on startup.
Example skin file here:
eq.skin.json (1.2 KB)
Place the file in %appdata%/equalify/
Now you can start editing your skin files.
All the color values are #AARRGGBB
Each key should be fairly understandable, but if its not, let me know and i’ll see if i can change it.
This was just made available due to a request in the Ideas part of the forum. Its mostly internal skinning that was never meant to be accessible by users, so its a little rough to play with it now. But its just the initial attempt at making it available… If the feature is popular we can spend some extra time on making it easier and more streamlined. Maybe even make a skin editor website available.
If it is not something that will be used, we reserve the right to remove the feature…