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I'm trying to make the iTunes window narrower than the 700px default minimum window width (I don't care about the possible negative side effects). I read a previous post that stated that this could be achieved with the following steps:

  1. Go to /Applications/­nts/Resources/YourLanguage.lpr­oj and open the AppConfig.plist file.
  2. Look for <key>browser-window-minimum-width</key> and change its integer value.
  3. Save the file and Restart iTunes.

However this seems to have no affect in iTunes 11.1.3 in Mavericks, is there a step that I'm missing? Is this restriction set in another location as well?


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Cannot find this /Applications/­nts/Resources/YourLanguage.lpr­oj. Where do I look? I click on the and it just opens. – user78203 May 15 '14 at 2:20
@chach right click on the iTunes application and select Show Package Contents to see the files inside the application bundle. – Ian C. May 15 '14 at 4:51

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