Old 13th February 2013, 03:58   #1
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How do u make the Bento Jukebox horizontal instead of vertical and vice versa
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Old 13th February 2013, 06:21   #2
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Old 13th February 2013, 10:04   #3
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How do u make the Bento Jukebox horizontal instead of vertical and vice versa
Hi,

It is human nature for people to rename things, but that can cause confusion. I assume what you are calling the "Bento Jukebox" is the "Playlist Editor" (the sub-window that lists the names of the files that will be played).

The Winamp features are presented in related groups or modules. Some users prefer to only see the groups or modules they are using at the moment. Others prefer to have all the groups or modules visible all the time.

Bento and Big Bento are 'modern' skins that present these groups or modules inside one overall window. This 'all-in-one' arrangement can not be changed. Some changes can be made within each sub-window, but not the one you are looking for. The playlist editor sub-window may be closed or only shown on the right side of the overall window. However, it can be made wider or narrower or longer or shorter on that side of the overall window.

Other 'modern' skins and all 'classic' skins present each group or module within their own window. This allows the user to arrange the groups or modules anyway they want with respect to each other. Some of these skins provide a fixed size/shape (which may be doubled) for some of the module windows (usually player and equalizer), while other skins allow each module window to be re-sized in either or both the horizontal and vertical directions.

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Old 13th February 2013, 13:24   #4
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............Bento and Big Bento are 'modern' skins that present these groups or modules inside one overall window. This 'all-in-one' arrangement can not be changed. Some changes can be made within each sub-window, but not the one you are looking for. The playlist editor sub-window may be closed or only shown on the right side of the overall window. However, it can be made wider or narrower or longer or shorter on that side of the overall window........
When using the Playlist tab, the Playlist Editor, and only the Playlist Editor can be seen in the main window.
Main menu (right click title bar) > Options > Appearance > Show Playlist Tab
This will add a "Playlist" tab to the existing tabs (Media Library, Video, Visualization, Browser).

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Hi ryerman,

Thank you for that intel! I don't use Bento and did not know that.

So, you see Susan, even a long time user like me can learn something new about Winamp. I just love Winamp and this forum!!!

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