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Ensure a volume is mounted at startup and then launch iTunes

For macOS 10.10 and later only. This applet, when assigned to "Login Items" in System Preferences, will attempt to mount a server or volume at startup, wait for it to be accessible and then launch iTunes. In this way, iTunes will not launch too early and default to using the ~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media folder if the designated iTunes Media folder on the server or volume is inaccessible. Please follow the simple setup instructions contained in the Read Me.

Latest version:

  • February 8, 2017
  • Initial release

Further:

Info:

  • This is an Applet
  • file format: Application (Applet)
  • Gatekeeper Security: Authorized Apple Developer ID
  • total downloads: 131
  • .zip download size: 228.2K
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Current v1.0

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