System information: MacBook Pro 2.226 10.6.4 iTunes 10.0.1 (22) iFlicks_1.2.3_724.dmg I recently downloaded iFlicks to try a different form of meta tagging. However I did not care for it too much. I only ran it from the mounted disk image (dmg) instead of actually installing it. I didnt actually encode/tag or use it render any of my files just messed around in the GUI. So now whenever I open iTunes on this specific account regardless of what library I open (my internal/local machd>username>music>itunes) or my external libraries the script icon for that plug-in is still there and I have no idea how to get it off my system, not jsut remove the icon but get the **** application completely off my system. i've ran disk permissions repair under the master/admin account as my current user account is standard. any ideas?