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    iTunes music folder is invisible
    Ok, if I'm viewing the Music folder as thumbnails, it appears empty. But if I switch to the 'List' view, the iTunes Music folder appears. Anyone have a clue on how I can change this?
    "Buddhism is not religion. Buddhism is science of mind."

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    MacHeadCase
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    Maybe you could run MainMenu and clear the system's and user's caches.

    And run Disk Utility to repair disk permissions. With Leopard, the dang disk permissions issues (with all the weirdness they can bring sometimes) are back.

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    Hahaha, boy do I feel stupid. I noticed there was a teeny tiny scrollbar in the window, so I scrolled waaaaay down and it was at the bottom. Strange!
    "Buddhism is not religion. Buddhism is science of mind."

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