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Final Cut Pro 6 Resolution Problem- Please HELP

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Hello, I am trying to run Final Cut Pro 6 on my Intel Core Duo 1.83 GHz Mac Mini running the latest version of Mac OS X with 2 GB of RAM. The only problem I have is that my screen does not meet the minimum resolution requirement which is 1024x768 and I have a bit smaller resolution screen. I know FCP works on my computer besides that because when I change the resolution to a higher setting the screen looks weird but FCP opens fine, and when I change back down to my normal resolution it gives me the error window saying that I do not meet the system requirements and does not let me open it. I have been trying to figure out a way to edit the plist of the application so as to make me not have to change resolutions every time I need to open FCP but I cannot find anything that would affect that particular minimum system requirement. If anyone could help me find that line of code in the plists or knows of another way around I would be eternally grateful. Thanks for any help in advance.

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