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I have a gig in about 23 days and I'm using iTunes to play the clips for each speaker. I'm wondering if there is a sure fire way to stop iTunes from going to the next track? I tried to do my own research, however I'm kind of stumped as to what I can do as no one seems to have an answer. I don't want to use another program to do this. Of course I'll need to reverse the process after I'm done with the 3 day gig.

Thanks all.

  • Take a look at this answer and see if it helps. It's a bit old but might still be applicable. – fsb Oct 19 '16 at 19:25
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I can confirm this works. It will be a bit hard to hear my screen reader. (Oh by the way I'm visually impaired) but I will have it turned way up in my ears through another sound card. Oh fun. It's kind of odd I have to tab to that clear button though. Oh well. Thanks thanks for such a quick answer. To reiterate what that link said if you need to see it at a glance do the following

  • start a track playing.
  • hit command option u to get to the next up window
  • tab to clear and either click it or hit space.

I hope this also helps someone.

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