adj. Describes a software program that is capable of using different modules — called skins — that change the program‘s colors and interface design.

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"Winamp is skinnable so you can change the look of the software as you wish. The Winamp site purports to offer 12,500 skins so you should be able to find something you like."
—Mark Gibbs, "The elephant remembers to remember audio," Network World, July 17, 2000

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