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Acquisition: Disappearing 'Browser'


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Robert Mayers

 
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Hi,

I use Acquisition's filter option quite heavily so I sometimes minimise the Acquisition 'Browser' (similar to the iTunes 'Browser'). This gives me more space to see my search results when I use multiple filters.

However, when I once used enough filters to span the entire 'Search Results' pane, it covered the search results. As usual, I completely minimised the 'Browser' to see some results. The problem now is that I cannot invoke the 'Browser' to come back. In fact, I can only see the lower half of the (artist/album/audio bitrate/etc) bar.

iTunes uses '#B' to invoke the 'Browser' but Acquisition doesn't have a shortcut.

Is there any way of restoring these settings?

I have already tried reverting to the default search appearance, re-installing, moving the 'Acquisition' folder from ~Library>Application Support to the desktop but had no success.

Here is a link to the appearance of my Acquisition search window: sendspace.com/file/g9s0oi

Please help!
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FIXED!!

What a ridiculous solution! I merely re-sized the window to be smaller, using the corner tab and this seemed to reset the little grabber for the Browser.
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