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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by MalcolmJID, Mar 24, 2007.
All the column headers turn out like these after I unhide the app. Any reason why?
Try reinstalling the program.
I did. Still the same. It's when it's switching between RAM/HDD. I really need more RAM.
I dont think is a RAM issue did you trash the prefs?
I used to have this issue all the time with iTunes 5 on my PC. Got my MBP when 6 came out, and it didn't do it at all, however it did it again briefly with iTunes 7. Hasn't done it for a week or so now...
This may be completely irrelevant but it happened on another thread...
Do you have UNO installed? If so, there's something that screws up with the new version of iTunes and you have to reinstall them. You'd have to search for more details though, sorry.
I've had this happen occasionaly on several versions of iTunes, on OS X and Windows. Clicking around on stuff(changing playlists or to videos or just scrolling up and down) usually gets it back to normal
I have the same issue, too. I don't know what is causing it also. The way I fix it is closing iTunes and it gets fixed. It has been happening since I got my macbook a month ago. I have had version 7, 7.1, and 7.1.1 with 2gb of ram.
Hopefully, someone will figure it out...
The corruption that you experience is something that happens to me every so often. Its not Uno related, as i didnt even have Uno installed till about two days ago, and it still happened. To solve it quickly, just access the iTunes store, and go back to your library. That will redraw your headers and fix them.