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"ultragroovalicious" could not load in 64-bit mode


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Hi;
Ever since upgrading to Mavericks everytime I open iTunes I get this message:
"ultragroovalicious" could not load in 64-bit mode
Thinkning it would be a common problem and would get fixed with an iTunes upgrade I have been putting up with it but having waited for a few months I just Googled it and surprisingly got no results??

Has it been fixed? is there an upgrade to Ultragroovalicious?

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Personally, as the most recent version of that 3rd party plug-in that I found available with just a quick search was put out in 2005, prior even to Apple's move to Intel, and six (6) versions of OS X back, I would suggest you just get rid of it and find a current visualizer - if you even need one.

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