Thank you Dalton Gore, for producing a nice Chrome extension app that give Turntable.fm users new themes. The uniformity of the tt.fm interface has been bugging me for a while, so this is welcome. I’ve been playing around with the extension and it’s relatively easy and intuitive. Here’s what the “graffiti” theme looks like:
Given that I spend most of my time in a tt.fm classical music room, “graffiti” may not be the best choice, but I like it. Anyway, here’s how to get the app:
First, download the Chrome web browser if you don’t have it.
Next, go to the top right and click the wrench icon.
Go to “tools,” then “extensions,” then (on the lower right) “get more extensions.”
Use the “search the store” field bar and type “turntable.fm.”
Close Chrome and open it up again.
Go to one of your favorite turntable.fm rooms.
Click the paintbrush icon next to “list rooms” on the top. You’ll see this:
Choose a theme. You can preview themes by placing your cursor over the “mouse-over for preview” command below the theme check button.
Close the screen. Reset your tt.fm page.
It works for me. Fans are begging for more themes. Dalton Gore gives credit to Inumedia.net and Chemical from turntable.fm for help. You can tweet him at @minimalisticme to suggest new themes. Thanks Dalton!
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