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Since upgrading to Mountain Lion on my Mid 2010 MBP, I've not been able to use Quick Look as I've grown accustomed.  For example, with music files I used to see the embedded album artwork as the icon for each file and when mousing over it I would get a "play" button, allowing it to play w/o opening iTunes.  But now, all music icons are the standard itunes variety and the play button is no longer available. 


I did not realize how much I used this feature until I couldn't use it anymore! Yes, I can select a file and hit the space bar and the file plays in a Quick Look window but it's not the same.  Forget the album art icons... I'd be happy just to get my play button back!


I've already reinstalled Moutain Lion and checked all settings. Is this just not a feature not offered anymore in the new OS or...


Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

MacBook Pro (17-inch Mid 2010), OS X Mountain Lion, 2.53 GHz i5; 8 GB DDR3
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