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I own a 2009 13-inch MacBook Pro and a 24-inch Led Cinema Display. I have always been able to resize iTunes horizontally and vertically (both being connected to the Display and not being connected).

However, for no apparent reason, I am not able to do that anymore in both situations. I can't make the window smaller than a certain width and height (being the minimum width approximately the width resolution of the 13-inch MacBook Pro).

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I've tried resizing by using option and clicking on the green button, and using option and resizing, as recommended by other users but none of these solutions have worked.

How can I allow resizing again?

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Due to my reputation, I can't post a screenshot of my 13-inch MacBook Pro showing the minimum width and height allowed that would illustrate my problem. –  Tokiema Mar 3 '13 at 21:49

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Try changing the the window's minimum width value. To do so just:

  1. Go to /Applications/iTunes.app/Conte­nts/Resources/YourLanguage.lpr­oj and open the AppConfig.plist file. ( I'd use a text editor to open it, as it's easier to modify the file this way.)
  2. Look for <key>browser-window-minimum-width</key> and change its integer value.
  3. Save the file and Restart iTunes.
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Thank you very much. It worked perfectly. Are there any established default values? –  Tokiema Mar 4 '13 at 9:17
    
If there is, I must say that I don't know which is it. –  Thecafremo Mar 4 '13 at 9:40
    
Thanks anyway :) –  Tokiema Mar 4 '13 at 9:41

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