One trick with iTunes 6, if you have the Flip4Mac WMV plugin, is to open up the WMA in QuickTime, save it as a reference file, and then put that in your library. It shows up as a video, of course, and it gives you a blank, black screen when played, but it still works.
It would be REALLY cool if someone could figure out how to stop this from happening...
Post edited by: JediJoker7169, at: 2005/10/15 01:12
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