I installed Amora on my Lion installation, but it doesn't render properly. I get little Apple icons all over the place, which I assume isn't expected I've tried to remove it by running the DEFAULTS but this doesn't seem to have any effect. What are the manual steps to restore my system to normal?
Ah, also having this issue unfortunately. I followed the instructions with your default files but I don't have the data paths you're looking for in there. I'll do another round of searching with the terminal to make sure but .. any other suggestions?
There should be a link for the uninstaller in there. Here it is anyway: [link] And because this is an outdated version so don't select "English" or "iTunes" for the uninstaller, you might have to just reinstall iTunes, if you haven't backed up your iTunes.rsrc and English.lproj files. Sorry, new version coming soon!
You can try this: before reinstall iTunes, download and install AppCleaner (free) at [link] then remove iTunes by using this app. After that, reinstall iTunes and there should not be any glitch left. It worked for me. Good luck.
Pretty cool, but it caused a glitch in Itunes I think. I'm not 100% sure because I don't open itunes very often so this could have been caused by something else. The main problem is that at the bottom of the itunes window rather than listing how many songs, GB, hours of music, etc. is just says "^1 ^2 ^3". There are a few other number glitches too.
I uninstalled amora, but the glitch is still there. Will try reinstalling itunes next.