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Old 10-06-2010, 12:05 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Puppetman View Post
And the solution is to reboot.

I believe that my iPod Touch being plugged in caused the problem. I am going to play around as time permits and come up with a set of steps to recreate, and maybe the bug can be fixed.
If you go to Preferences - Plugins - Device Interface plugins you can disable the Apple plugin. This will prevent the iPod from interfering in the future but still allow you to use the Connect to iTunes feature.
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