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Old 04-15-2005, 12:44 PM
patrean patrean is offline
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When clicking Show Server the iTunes window whizzes off screen to the right!

I hope someone can help here...everytime I launch NetTunes and click Show Server the iTunes icon in the server list shoots across the screen to the right and vanishes. I've trashed the PreferencePane and trashed NetTunes app, dragged a new copy from the installer dmg but the same thing happens. I have NetTunes installed on 4 macs here in the office and this only happens on this one iMac.

I've just noticed... when it vanishes from the screen and I press F9, the server window appears with all the other open windows, but when I clickon it, it vanishes again...very annoying.

Any ideas that might resolve this? Is there a preference file I can trash?

Thanks for looking.
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