From XBMC’s home screen, cursor right (on a keyboard) until you have highlighted ‘System’.
Cursor down to highlight ‘Settings’.
On the Settings menu, press enter on ‘Appearance’.
Cursor right to highlight the line ‘Skin – Confluence’ at the top and press enter
Now you will see a screen which looks like this:
2 There’s only one skin there!
Right now you’ll only have the default skin Confluence installed. We need to fetch more from XBMC’s repositories.
Press cursor left so that the ‘Get More…’ button is highlighted and press enter.
Now you can pick which skin you want to install from the list! Simply cursor up and down to highlight the one you want to try, then press enter.
A confirmation window will appear. Press enter on ‘Install’ to continue.
You will see a percentage value beside the skin name complete, followed by the word ‘Enabled’ appear beside it.
You may be prompted if you’d like to enable the skin now. Select ‘Yes’.
Note: Confluence was designed to be fully featured. Sometimes as a new user, it can be daunting enough to get used to the program for starters without changing things. It is highly recommended that you stick to Confluence until you’re sure of how things work. Should you ever encounter issues with another skin, such as the feeling that something is missing, consider reverting to Confluence to see if it was simply an issue with that skin.’