Websites hosting multiple skins
|Devpanel.fr – Hugh||-||See .qss-File for more information|
|xPoke||WTFPL||Based on FlatMumble|
|Middlle (Fabio Froes)||-||Details in readme.txt.|
|Eigan||CC BY 3.0|
See also LICENSE file.
|Laravel Mumble Skin|
|apendall||CC BY-SA||(submitted in forums)|
|Mumble.com||Skin in layout of their website.|
|Midnight Gaming||Skin in layout of their website.|
|Natenom||Public Domain||Blue colored channel icons for faster distinction between users and channels. Also different colors for messages.|
|godot||(submitted in in forum)|
|Battlefield 3 skin|
|xtsquad.com||You will have to scroll down and search for it.(submitted in forum)|
|_KaszpiR_||CC-BY-SA||Adjusted to Plastique windows style|
Installing a Skin
You should always refer to installation instructions that the skin author has provided with his/her skin. If there are no instructions included with the skin or found on the website you downloaded it from, the most common installation process would be to extract the skin into a "skins" directory in your Mumble directory.
C:\Program Files\Mumble\skins\(skin goes here)
If the skin contains additional files to QSS files, such as images, it should be contained in it's own directory. If the author has included this directory with their skin as they should, you may extract it directly to the skins directory. Otherwise you may have to add this directory manually.
C:\Program Files\Mumble\skins\SkinName\(contents of SkinName goes here)
If you ever have trouble getting a skin to work properly, you should contact the skin's author about it and not the Mumble community. Keep in mind some skins may be outdated and may not work properly on the latest version of Mumble.