Jewelcase glitch

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by Adel, Oct 16, 2005.

  1. Adel

    Adel Moderator
    Staff Member

    Apr 8, 2004
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    Have any of you using Optical Alchemy's wonderful JewelCase ever noticed this graphical glitch on the iTunes window when the plugin is running in full-window mode?


    That thing has always been there and has been vaguely troubling my OC side whenever I use it (which is often). I thought it was a marker for something, but it just seems to be a virtual piece of dirt, as far as I can tell.

    Just wondering if it's just my setup, or is this glitch in all systems? My non-Mac friends's jaws always drop when they seen the plugin in action, and then after a while they go - "Hey. What's that thing there? Hmm."

    Yeah, I know it's the usefulness and functionality that matters, but Apple users know that attention to detail is always important. In this case the glitch is pretty glaring, even if it is innocuous and superficial.

    Yes, yes, this isn't an important or life-changing issue, I know. Just curious if it happens to everyone else.
  2. Dave_D

    Dave_D Active Member

    Jan 25, 2005
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    Ortigas Center, Pasig
    Yep, always didn't like the way Jewelcase handled the zoom slider.

    I just get rid of it using Ctrl-Z.

    Actually the zoom slider bar worked pretty well on iTunes 4.9, it's only when iTunes went to version 5.0 that the slider went all hooey.

    Still great for a little app.

    [Edited on 10-15-2005 by Dave_D]

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