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I have no idea what caused this issue, but some reboots later it works again.


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Here's an imperfect potential solution (depends on how you want to use the feature) – see problem 3 below. I created an applescript that uses keystrokes to tell apple music to play/pause. This way, you can just use automator to trigger it based on shortcuts (you can similarly bind fast forward and rewind). Script is below: on run {input, parameters} ...


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The License that is referred to is the Software License Agreement for macOS. It is not a patent or a copyright, it is a software license. The license agreements protects the licensor in the sense that he has given the licensee permission to use the product in a limited form - for example as in this specific example only for creating original content and ...


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To simplify when using iTunes Match, your phone or other device, connected to the internet, can play "your" music from Apple's Servers. Apple scans your physical music Library and then "Matches" the songs to songs they already have. This means that if Apple has a song on their server that "Matches" a song in your physical Hard Drive music library then it ...


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For a test, play a YouTube video in Safari and go to Notification Centre, and find "Now Playing". What the arrow keys do here is what the physical keys would do too. In Safari, they're for fast forward. I don't have chrome, so you can test what they do there. For Spotify, they are used to skip songs.


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The solution was solved by Apple Support. I signed out of Apple ID in Settings > iCloud and signed back in again.


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On your phone, navigate to Settings > Music. There you will see "Show Apple Music" and "Sync Library". Make sure both of those are off. I believe that you will not see iCloud Music Library any longer.


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