02-05-2008 05:56 AM
"One or more applications are using the iTunes scripting interface. Are you sure you want to quit?"
If I go into task manager and kill setpoint.exe before closing iTunes, I do not get any errors and iTunes closes properly. This problem has been discussed here: http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID
I have tried going into the setpoint software settings and removing any affiliations between the keyboard and iTunes, however, every time I play something in iTunes, the LED screen still shows what's playing. I assume that getting rid of that affiliation might fix this problem?
05-11-2008 03:57 AM
As a results of the calls between Set Point and iTunes (most recent versions of both at the time of writing - May '08) there is a 20 seconds delay and a very irritating message as the user tries to exit iTunes.
I really don't need to control iTunes directly from any of my Logitech peripherals - it's perfectly adequate to use the iTunes GUI as normal.
The feature that is causing the scripting error should be removed or there should be an option to disable it. It really is too irritating to get that message every time I try to close iTunes.
08-26-2008 10:47 AM
10-24-2008 08:36 PM
Anyone fixed this yet is there atleast a hack? I use UberOptions for Setpoint (Get it if you havent already) so there must be some other settings hacks around...
11-28-2008 03:31 PM
Hello? Is Logitech out there?
I am going crazy waiting 20 seconds to turn off the iTunes.... I don't even have the fancy MX5000 keyboard....
This needs fixed...
There's a potential for a lot of angry Logitech customers out there that get iPOD for Christmas, and then they have this problem with iTunes...