You uninstall iTunes 11, you install iTunes 10.7 & make sure you point it to the .itl file located in the previous versions directory that iTunes 11 created when you installed it. Keep in mind, any changes you've made to your library since updating will have to re-done.Or how do I go back to the previous version of iTunes?
Not really sure what you're specifically asking here... It should actually work in mostly the same way that it did in iTunes 10, albeit with some interface changes.Cannot get my 160 gig classic to sync with iTunes 11. Don't even know how to do it.
I upgraded to 22.214.171.124 (windows x64), the correct artwork displays when running a search now. But I still have issues with incorrect thumbnails displaying in grid view. I wish they had "set default grid artwork" for iTunes 11. It would solve my issues, I think (if it worked this time).Anyone know how to refresh the thumbnails? For playlists, grid view, some of the thumbnail artwork is showing up wrong. Songs have been manually tagged with correct artwork but certain songs for some reason do not show the correct artwork. The correct thumbnail shows up in now playing window...
Also just noticed that incorrect thumbnails are also displaying when running a search for artwork that displays just fine in grid view, sigh....
It should be up by the "iTunes Store" button:The only thing I see are icons for view and edit in the upper right hand corner.
iTunes 11: Turning off crossfade allows the songs 'plays' and 'last played' variables to be updated, at least so far. I hate iTunes 11. Does anyone know how to get back 'List Duplicates' option that was in iTunes 10?Ok after midnight in euroland- have a backup of iTunes 10.7, just backed up my iPhone 4 through iTunes AND the cloud. Will back up my library tomorrow and ONLY THEN install iTunes 11.
Thought to start a thread to deal with bugs and issues, new features, figuring out if old features are hidden or gone for good (like iTunes dj and coverflow not a biggie for me but...).
Have read on other forums some old features are turned off by default and you have to dig a bit to get them back (status bar, list view). Most worrying, one fellow claimed smartplaylists depending on playcount and last played are broken unless you turn off crossfade??? WTF??? I asked others there to confirm-and will check myself tomorrow and this weekend.
So hopefully some of you vets can contribute and we can get a bunch of good info together for the noobs.
Answer to #1. I was using iTunes 10 when I mistakenly updated to 11. Big mistake. Running Windows 7 and was using 'List duplicates' extensively. Now I can't find the option. Called apple support and they said it is not in 11. Also said I could not restore back to iTunes 10. Bummer! Handcuffed. Don't go to 11 just yet.1- Looked all over and can't find it either. That was useful once in awhile, so hopefully its just hidden somewhere.
2- No not seeing that, but I'm only running 11 on a limited library on my test PC so I may not have any albums tagged either way.
This also includes the "Show Exact Duplicate Items" if you hold the Shift key before making your selection. The Exact qualifier essentially adds album name and track number to the comparison.The iTunes 11.0.1 update has added the Show Duplicates option back. It can be found under the View menu.
Per the posts above, the Show Duplicates utility is back in version 11.0.1, albeit with some peculiarities (can anything go smoothly with iTunes?!)Answer to #1. I was using iTunes 10 when I mistakenly updated to 11. Big mistake. Running Windows 7 and was using 'List duplicates' extensively. Now I can't find the option. Called apple support and they said it is not in 11. Also said I could not restore back to iTunes 10. Bummer! Handcuffed. Don't go to 11 just yet.
I traced this issue to all my old "Protected AAC" songs in my library. Apparently iTunes thinks my local copies differ in some way from the ones in the cloud, so it shows them as being available to re-download while at the same time showing them as duplicates of what I already have :shake:I've always been diligent with making sure I don't have duplicates in my library, but I thought I'd run this just for kicks. Well, it found something interesting ... it is reporting a small number of exact duplicates in my library.