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    iTunes App Reverting to Default Window Position
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    iTunes App Reverting to Default Window Position
    Say I move my iTunes Application around the screen to the top where it is touching the menu bar or over to either side of the screen for one reason or another. No matter what Playlist I am in, if I switch playlists in any way, iTunes re-centers itself to exactly in the middle of the screen. This is quite annoying....

    I went through the options to find something on this, but I can't find an option to uncheck or anything like that. Is there a reason iTunes is saving its state and then reverting to it every time i change playlists? Can I fix this?

    Thanks

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    iTunes App Reverting to Default Window Position
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    17" Macbook Pro Unibody 2.66 Ghz and Powerbook G4 1.67 GHz 2.0GB RAM
    No one is getting this issue?

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