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Needing Halloween Visualizations for Media Player 9.0

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Hi,

      I am interested in any Halloween visualizations along with some instructions for plugging them into Windows Media Player 9.0 for XP.  Any suggestions for accomplishing this task will certainly be appreciated.

      Thank you.

      George
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you might find what you are after here
http://www.angells.com/fun/ieskins/wmpskins/index12.htm
have a look through the 14 pages of skins
if you are interested in how to make them click here
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/wmplay/mmp_sdk/windowsmediaplayerskins.asp
To install a media player skin, simply copy the WMZ file to your PC and double click it.
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You can find more here:
http://www.wincustomize.com

Halloween skin:
http://www.wincustomize.com/download.asp?SkinID=12349&LibID=8

This is how you activate a visualization:
"Once you've downloaded a visualization, you can find it in your Windows Media Player under the 'View' pull-down menu. Or, when you're playing your music, you can scroll through the visualizations on your computer by using the arrows in the status area of the player. "

And I see now that it's skins I have been handing out to you :(

For Visualizations go here:
http://windowsmedia.com/9series/Personalization/Visualizations.asp?page=4&lookup=Visualizations

I did not find any halloween Visualizations there :(
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Hi Everyone:

       I will check out the links and follow up this evening.  

      Thank you

       George
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Hi Everyone:

       Thanks so much for the prompt and courteous feedback.
I checked out all the links and found them helpful.

       George
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