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Where is the default album art file located?
Bob Brines
post Sep 12 2011, 21:02
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I would like to replace this file, but I can't find it. I searched the Foobar2000 folder in /Program Files and in appdata/roaming. A search of this forum got no hits. Someone knows!

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Bob
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Robertina
post Sep 12 2011, 21:40
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Do you mean the picture that is shown if neither embedded nor external artwork is available or matches your album art search patterns? This picture is hard-coded.

To change that picture, go to File > Display -> "Stub image path".
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tpijag
post Sep 12 2011, 21:44
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what default art?

Guess you should follow above advice. I have never had a default art. Maybe I nuked it long ago and have long forgotten. For me, no art available = blank.

Edit: more explicitly blank image with text as noted below.

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marc2003
post Sep 12 2011, 21:47
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QUOTE (Robertina @ Sep 12 2011, 21:40) *
This picture is hard-coded.


what picture? huh.gif the default UI artwork viewer displays text saying [no image] when no artwork is found. if you mean the musical note logo then of course that only applies to columns UI.
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Robertina
post Sep 12 2011, 22:08
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Ouch. Yes, I am using Columns UI and thought the DUI would behave similar concerning this matter. Probably I should more often switch to the default user interface. smile.gif

Anyhow, the "Stub image path"-function belongs to the DUI and then replaces that text saying "no image", doesn't it? If I am wrong again or the OP meant something other, moderators will please delete my contributions to this thread.
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Bob Brines
post Sep 13 2011, 03:25
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QUOTE (Robertina @ Sep 12 2011, 15:40) *
Do you mean the picture that is shown if neither embedded nor external artwork is available or matches your album art search patterns? This picture is hard-coded.

To change that picture, go to File > Display -> "Stub image path".


That's it! Thanks.

Bob
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