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Old 06-03-2004, 05:23 AM
pinkymink pinkymink is offline
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server window opening off-screen

I'm having a new problem. I updated to 205(980) last night. Since then, when I try to show itunes, the window opens out of the visible screen area. I've changed the prefs to scaling either the client or the server windows, but it still doesn't appear in my client window area. I can see the thumbnail of the server in the server window. I can also watch the window zip off the screen when I launch the server and zip back to the server window thumbnail when I hide itunes. I can control itunes in the menu bar and with key combos, but I can't see the server window. Any help would be appreciated. I haven't tried down-grading to the old software yet.

os 10.3.3
itunes 4.5

ps. my other computer can still use nettunes just fine and wasn't updated last night.

client pb g3, os 10.3.3
old client pb g4, os 10.3.3
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