I just tried this on my iBook G4/800 and I did *not* have this issue. Try making a copy of the iTunes plist files in your prefs folder and trashing the originals, then re-starting.jph99 said:I just updated iTunes to 4.7.1 for my PB and when i click on the burner tab in preferences iTunes freezes. Does anyone else have the same problem?
FYIsuperleccy said:What are the "other performance improvements"? Any chance of AppleScript support for changing AirTunes Speaker, by any chance?
Awesome, I thought I had successfully de-duped my 10 GB library but it found 108 songs (54 dupes). Some were different versions but many were not.mkrishnan said:True enough...there's the duplicates finder right in the Edit menu!
It's not perfect...it will show two songs as duplicates because their names are the same, even though their length/content are different (i.e. live vs. album).
I guess it's interesting though.
It was there in the previous release. Why is ths considered a new feature? So far, the only difference I see is the "show -> links to Music Store" in the Preferences. I guess it also supports the new iPod shuffle.mkrishnan said:True enough...there's the duplicates finder right in the Edit menu!
That option has been there in previous versions too...icon4x said:So far, the only difference I see is the "show -> links to Music Store" in the Preferences.
There was a slight delay (2-3 sec.) when I opened the burner tab, but it didn't freeze on my PB.jph99 said:I just updated iTunes to 4.7.1 for my PB and when i click on the burner tab in preferences iTunes freezes. Does anyone else have the same problem?
nce you connect iPod shuffle to your Mac or PC, iTunes automatically updates its contents. iTunes becomes aware that youve connected iPod shuffle and displays it in the Source column. You can see your music and playlists at a glance. For the ultimate exercise in uncertainty, let iTunes randomly Autofill your iPod shuffle. iTunes creates a playlist that fits your style and your iPod shuffles capacity. For finer control over your portable music collection, set Autofill to add specific playlists or add higher-rated songs first. Or turn Autofill off and manually select the songs you want to tote on your iPod shuffle.
It doesn't show up for me, either (with an iPod mini), and I'd been hoping it would. It sounded like just the sort of thing I've been wanting - a more flexible, automatic way of filling my iPod mini with music from my rather large collection, without having to manage a manual playlist. A Smart Playlist isn't flexible enough...capndesign said:
Someone else has probably said it but I've not read further...doogle said:ipoddownload does not work with the new iTunes