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How to Remove a downloaded iTunes Visualizer.

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I recently downloaded two visualizers, G-Force and White Cap, which are both made by Sound Spectrum. Anyway, I deleted and trashed these two programs as I did not like them. So after I completely deleted both programs, I go to View and then highlight Visualizer (in iTunes) and still see G-Force and White Cap as options of Visualizers.

Is there a way to delete these choices from the Visualizer list? I don't want them showing up as options of Visualizers. Please help me.
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You can read the following page:

WhiteCap Frequently Asked Questions

or just

1. quit iTunes,
2. point Finder to directory (in your home) Library/Application Support/
3. move to trash whole directory "SoundSpectrum".

then start iTunes again ... and you are done!

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