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I've just found the answer! It's kind of hidden away, but it is possible: Select "Show Menu Bar"... Then under View select "View Options..." A new window with View Options appears!


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You can always use the keyboard shortcut "Cmd+J" to open the "View Options" window where you can select sorting mode.


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You can go to the menu bar and select View » Column Browser » Show Column Browser. Then you can pick an Album in the third column, and only songs on that album will appear in the iTunes window. Note that this will switch you from the Grid view to the List view.


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Select your albums as usual. Clear the Up Next queue (using button at top right of queue) Right-click on one of your selected albums, and choose 'Add to Up Next' from the popup Menu. That'll add all the songs from all the albums you've selected. Click the play button. If you check the up next queue, you see all the songs from all the albums you selected. ...


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You can get rid of album ratings. Select "as album list" from the view menu, then click just to the left of the leftmost star. This will clear the rating, although you may have to try a couple times to hit the right spot, especially if you have 1/2 stars enabled. Source: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1786573?threadID=1786573


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Asked and answered. The iOS 5 Photo app allows you add photos from the camera roll to the albums you create on the device, but not to albums created on the Mac using iPhoto or Aperture. When those photos are downloaded to the computer (manually or by Photostream) you can remove them from the device, which removes them from the device-created album, and add ...


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It will work as you expect. However, a work around for first-track-will-be-played-most when using album shuffle is to have one or more intermediate playlists that take random samples from the library, e.g., Library 10 000 tracks Playlist A selects 1 000 tracks from Library by random Now if you play from A shuffled by album the first-track-effect will ...


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I don't have an answer, but I think I can clarify the question: In the built-in IOS Photo app, you can create Albums, which are essentially folders of aliases. So I created the album Selva Verde fauna, for photos of animals I'd taken in the Costa Rican lowlands. In iPhoto, this album seems to be inaccessible: all I see is my iPhone device name (say, David's ...


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This happens when your Album is rated with non-hollow stars. This will automatically rate the non-rated songs from that album with hollow stars. The quickest way I found to change this is: On Songs View, teak your view to see the Album Ratings. (Right-clicking on the column names and selecting Album ratings from the list) Sort it from the higher to the ...


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Easy way to do it is find the artist and check that or the album isnt rated with stars, I had this problem for years, until just now when i noticed the artist had a 5 star rating, I changed that and WHAM problem gone


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You can click and drag any star rating to change it. Drag it all the way to the left to remove it. In the newest version of iTunes, if the ratings you don't want are album ratings, go to Album view, click the album to expand it, and you'll see its rating (full stars) next to the album artist in the heading. Click and drag left to remove it and all the ...


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Sure - just make an intelligent playlist with the following criteria: date added in the last week mediatype is music don't forget the checkmark for refresh automatically at the end


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I simply enter the release date in the field Album Sorting in the format YYYYMMDD ie 20121224 and make sure that I sort by Artist - Year. Everything is sorted nicely :)


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You can change the Sort Album field in the Options tab of the song info. I once found a script that would change all the sort album fields to year and album name, and in some cases (the Beatles for example) I changed it to yyyy.mm.dd album name because they released multiple albums per year. This should be the default sorting for all music players, I ...


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Here, I found this app and I think this might be the app you need : http://www.photosync-app.com/photosync/en/features.html Maybe this article can help you out? http://lifehacker.com/5914638/the-best-desktop-file-explorer-for-iphone But you have to do it manually then. Some of the listed apps in the article : i-FunBox iExplorer DiskAid Phonedisk


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It's rather easier than these solutions. Click the icon view beside the search and select the Albums tab at the top so the icons show albums rather than Artists or Composers. Then when you hover over an album you can click "Play Album" to play it. You can also double click the album to see all the songs making sure they are ordered by song number (if ...


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Select the photos in the Album, see if that works for you.


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Yes, just right click on the top of the list, where it says Album, Artist, etc, and check 'Date Added'. This doesn't work in the album art view, but does work in the list view (the first two options). This should work by song (its how the Recently Added playlist works), but most of my music is added by an album or single.


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While in List view you could: If using Play Random Song, just search for the name of the album, and play. Unless you clear the search box, the played songs will be the ones from the search. If you're not using it, just order the list by Album and play the first song. The rest of the album will play afterwards. You could, too, create a new PlayList, drag ...


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I've been frustrated with this "auto album starring" problem for a long while, it totally mucks up smart playlists that are based on track ratings. After I migrated my full collection of 14k+ songs recently, I just had to do something about it. So after much looking for tools, I found this awesome collection of AppleScripts for iTunes on Doug's Scripts. I ...



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