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Is there a way to edit the categories front row uses. I want to take the music videos category away and make my own category in the video section.
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I don think so, atleast ive never heard of somebody being able to do this.
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I've gotten as far as changing the names for the categories and the color of the selection bar, but I don't know about making your own separate category.

If you'd like:

Back up Front Row.app first! Just make a copy and keep it somewhere safe!

Open the Package Contents of Front Row.app and dig around for files with the ".strings" and ".plist" extension. They'll both open with TextEdit and you'll be able to (depending on your experience) figure out what you need to do to get the results you want.

I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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