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Feb
7
comment Why can't you create/open multiple instances of iTunes?
I was going to suggest that it was the presence of the LSMultipleInstancesProhibited key set to true in the Info.plist inside the application bundle, but iTunes doesn't appear to have that set. Launch Services may hard-wired to to look for the com.apple.iTunes CFBundleIdentifier and not allow a second instance. You could try changing that manually in a second copy of the app bundle to see if it allowed it to launch. But I'd make backup copies of your library database beforehand. :-)
Jan
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
25
awarded  Yearling
Dec
9
answered How can I find the size of multiple folders?
Oct
25
comment Are all pictogram fonts broken in Lion?
Hey Tom! This one's right up your alley. (This is MarkDouma® from Apple Discussions).
Oct
24
revised Are all pictogram fonts broken in Lion?
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Oct
24
answered Are all pictogram fonts broken in Lion?
Oct
18
revised How do I convert a suitcase font?
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Oct
17
comment Clear thumbnails for renamed files
@sorens: The app is Resorcerer, a Power-PC-only resource editor: mathemaesthetics.com/ResorcererInfo.html They have a demo at mathemaesthetics.com/download/Res24OSXDemo.sit (warning: .sit Stuffit archive).
Sep
26
comment Add an up button to the Lion Finder?
That Command-Up Arrow shortcut has been around for ages. Even before OS X, I believe...
Sep
24
answered Add an up button to the Lion Finder?
Aug
30
answered How can I exclude the display of specific pictures and videos in the Finder?
Aug
19
answered How do I delete a locked, invisible file in the Trash?
Aug
5
answered Where can I go to make enhancement/feature requests for OSX Lion?
Jul
13
revised Forcing/Getting app to run on lower Mac OSX version
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Jul
13
answered Forcing/Getting app to run on lower Mac OSX version
Jul
13
answered System Extensions Cannot Be Used Error
Jul
13
comment Any app on mac os x can hide icons on menu bar?
@Bavarious: yes, the menus on the left side of the menu bar always take priority over status menu items, and if there are enough menus, the status items will be removed to make room for them. I was aware of this, but considered that an "indirect" (and automatic) way to hide status menu items...
Jul
12
answered Any app on mac os x can hide icons on menu bar?
May
22
comment Strange font behavior with external monitors on MacBook
No need to restart; you just need to relaunch the apps in question.