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Old Dec 5, 2012, 12:28 AM   #1
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Stop iTunes from going to top of list

This is the most frustrating thing about any Apple product ever!

I edit song data, or go to the store then back to my list, and the damned thing always goes to the top of the list, is there any way to stop that from happening? If I'm editing data for "T" artist songs, I don't want the God forsaken thing to go all the way to the top and make me scroll all the way back down to T. Or I'm looking up song data for a song starting with R in the store, when I go back to the list I'm back at A. I don't want to be at A, I want to be on the song I was working on!

Does anyone know of any way to fix this? It would be greatly appreciated!

WTF where they thinking?
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Old Dec 5, 2012, 12:58 AM   #2
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You can't change that behavior, but you can just start typing and iTunes will place you back to whatever letter(s) you start typing.
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