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    DeskTunes moving itself?
    Why does DeskTunes occasionally move itself, and what can I do to restore it's position without re-logging in?

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    Hit command+option+esc, force quit desktunes, then re-launch it.

    I don't know why it does this, but that normally solves it.

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    is something else trying to use that area of the desktop ?

    could be conflicting (if thats how u spell it).

    cheers

    ctm

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