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When my iTunes is open, I can't reach the sync or podcast directory buttons at the very bottom of the window unless I turn hiding on on the bar at bottom. Since I can't reach that bottom edge on the lower right to resize the window, how can I do that???????????

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there's a corner at the bottom right of each window, but also the green + at the top left (next to minimise and close) should resize between 2 settings.

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I tried the green "+" but all it does is turn my iTunes into a tiny little window, not the usual iTunes window. No bueno!

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ok, when it's the tiny window, you can now drag the bottom right corner to make the window any size you wish

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ok, when it's the tiny window, you can now drag the bottom right corner to make the window any size you wish
That won't work - that will only resize the window horizontally.

Try holding down Option and clicking the + sign when the iTunes window is not "mini size" (don't know if there is a name for that mode).

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... worked for me ...
I run all my windows full screen size :p

One of the windows peculiarities I just couldn't shake.

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Thanks vansmith, that's exactly what I needed!

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