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In windows I go to file, and then recent files and it'll show my most recently seen movies or document. How do I do so in iTunes?

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I got these many movies. One of them told me how to convert to objective-c code to use the new object literals. Which movie is the one I last saw?

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You can do that with a Smart Playlist. Tell me if that suits you. – duci9y Oct 14 '12 at 7:17
What is smart playlist? And how do I set that up? – Jim Thio Oct 14 '12 at 7:24
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You can do that using a Smart Playlist:

  1. Go to File > New Smart Playlist….
  2. The settings should resemble this, for your case: Smart Playlist
  3. Modify whatever settings you wish to modify and click OK.
  4. The playlist will appear in the sidebar.
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Thanks a lot. I'll try this right away. – Jim Thio Oct 14 '12 at 7:37
You’re welcome. – duci9y Oct 14 '12 at 7:39
How do you create such screenshot anyway? – Jim Thio Oct 14 '12 at 7:39
Shift + Command + 3. This will bring up crosshairs with which you can select areas. Or you can press space when the crosshairs appear, that will help you capture one window. And by the way, to convert old code to ObjC literals, You Edit > Refactor > Convert to Modern Objective-C Syntax. :) – duci9y Oct 14 '12 at 7:42

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