Please check the list of known feature requests before requesting in the forum.
As with any foobar components you need to place the *.dll files in the components folder of your foobar2000 folder.
Please check that you have selected Columns UI as the active user interface module. See the Installation section for more details:
From the Columns UI page in preferences, goto the Main tab, and select “Import”. Alternatively, you can open them from the command-line. From 0.1.2 beta 4, the format is foobar2000 /columnsui:import:<path>. You can use this to associate fcs files with foobar (foobar2000.exe /columnsui:import:“%1”).
Make sure you put the libpng13.dll and zlib1.dll files in your foobar2000 directory, not the components directory.
You can do this from the main preferences page in several possible ways:
foobar2000 /configwill bring up the preferences.
Most likely it was created for an older version of Columns UI, or you have an old version of Columns UI. Updating your components will usually suffice.
All images must have the same dimensions. See buttons for more information.
Unfortunately, this is caused by an “oversight” in these operating systems. The issue would normally be faced with Columns UI 0.3.6.4 and older, and when you have an application running that registers a certain type of global hook. Such applications have included Logitech SetPoint, multiple display utilities, a utility to block Windows key presses, Microsoft Spy++ and others. You can work around this issue by removing any such applications; normally you can test which one is registering such a hook by ending their processes in task manager.
The problem is caused by a combination of factors:
The end result is that the maximum splitter depth on 64-bit Windows with a global hook is less than a quarter of what it is on 32-bit Windows without a global hook.
A workaround is included in Columns UI 0.3.6.5 and newer which minimises the impact of the global hook on the maximum splitter depth. However, on 64-bit Windows the maximum splitter depth is still less than half of what it is on 32-bit Windows. Direct any complaints about that at Microsoft.