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Kala
by hukka
posted on 2003-11-17
6 Comments

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#6 - chris rated this file 5 stars on 2009-01-04, 14:26:39
I just could not leave this skin without 5 stars, clear, simple and very nice looking, my favourite along with vintage

#5 - Cheyenne rated this file 2 stars on 2007-10-16, 19:12:12
Too small to be usable, and song titles get cut off unless they are short.

#4 - Andrew rated this file 5 stars on 2007-04-01, 06:16:12
This skin is the best! I like it! Thanks!

#3 - Joseph rated this file 1 star on 2006-07-17, 15:21:15
I disagree with the skin being functional, it looks rather disorganized, not to mention that in this day and age of cool looking skins, players or operatign systems I would expect it to be a little nice looking.

#2 - Michel rated this file 5 stars on 2006-05-23, 17:05:47
I was looking for a functional and clean skin. And i found everything i was looking for in this skin. Its very easy to use and very easy on the eye's. The size of the skin and letters are just perfect, its easy to read on high resolutions.

This skin gets a 5 star rating for functionality from me!

#1 - Archyx rated this file 5 stars on 2006-05-06, 12:12:20
After testing several skins Kala was the only one to have all the seldom or never used features out of sight. Only the necessary controls are visible on the main window and the rest of the crap can be accessed through the Options and stuff window.

The skin is small enough to fit XMPlay into a corner of the screen where it can stay visible if the user wants so but still the font is large enough to be readable. It's simple but works better than many others in everyday use.