Would it really be too hard to have a little check box though?iMeowbot said:The podcasts are supposed to be in the main library now. That's a result of all the complaints from them being separate in 4.9. I guess they can't please everyone
I guess so, but the old behavior went against Apple consistency guidelines. THey probably figured they had to make that part follow the rules in atonement for the weirdo squared-off plastic windows.ham_man said:Would it really be too hard to have a little check box though?
Hey Nermal do you make your own podcasts or download other peoples?Nermal said:On the topic of flaws, since upgrading to 5, I've noticed that my podcasts are now listed in the main library (in addition to the Podcasts library). Is this normal? And how can I revert to the 4.9 behaviour?
mduser63 said:I also dislike the Podcasts in the main library. Hope they change that in 5.1. Anyway, I think it's really bad for the Windows version of iTunes to have major bugs. It gives potential switchers the impression that Apple makes buggy software, which generally isn't true (I realize some MR members will disagree). Hopefully they get the problems fixed soon like they're saying they will. I had one fairly minor problem with iTunes 5 crashing 5 times in a row on starting, but it fixed itself and has been working fine since.
I agree.ham_man said:Would it really be too hard to have a little check box though?
Neither are audiobooks, but they've been there since the beginning!Superdrive said:Dear Apple,
Podcasts are not music. Keep them out of my music library.
Any idea what iTunes is using to distinguish Audiobooks in searches if not the genre?James Philp said:... and when I click the "audiobook" button on the new search bar, they are not included, even though they are tagged "audiobooks" genre! iTunes only seems to recognize content that has been downloaded from the iTMS or Audible.com as an "Audiobook" - grrr.