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In Praise of the iTunes Column Browser


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On 10/12/2019 at 7:23 PM, Ralf11 said:

The fuss around OS 'updates' is due to them breaking programs and apps people use, including Apple's own software.

 

I think that people get excited at the prospect of a new OS in spite of the inevitable problems it arises...

"Science draws the wave, poetry fills it with water" Teixeira de Pascoaes

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6 hours ago, kirkmc said:

I am happy to inform those following this thread that the column browser will return with the next macOS update. It is available in the 10.15.2 beta, and works as previously. 

 

Bingo!

Wonderful news - but will wait for release of 10.15.2 before changing to Catalina.

ALAC iTunes library on Synology DS412+ running MinimServer with Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 tablet running BubbleUPnP for control >

Hi-Fi 1: Airport Extreme bridge > Netgear switch > TP-Link optical isolation > dCS Network Bridge AND PS Audio PerfectWave Transport > PS Audio DirectStream DAC with Bridge Mk.II > Primare A60 > Harbeth SHL5plus Anniversary Edition .

Hi-Fi 2: Sonore Rendu > Chord Hugo DAC/preamp > LFD integrated > Harbeth P3ESRs and > Sennheiser HD800

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16 hours ago, emollerstuen said:

Glad that column browser is back but what happened to the ability to view album art in Songs view. Didn't that used to be an option in "View Options"?

 

A deal breaker for me.

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On 12/15/2019 at 6:07 AM, emollerstuen said:

Glad that column browser is back but what happened to the ability to view album art in Songs view. Didn't that used to be an option in "View Options"?

 

It did. My contact at Apple did not suggest that that would be coming back. 

I write about Macs, music, and more at Kirkville.

Author of Take Control of macOS Media Apps

Co-host of The Next Track podcast.

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11 hours ago, wgscott said:

 

Lots of new emoji.

 

More hieroglyphics  come out of Cupertino than from ancient Egypt.

 

Apple releases emoji that have been approved by the Unicode organization. They don't make up their own. Both iOS and Android have the same emoji. 

I write about Macs, music, and more at Kirkville.

Author of Take Control of macOS Media Apps

Co-host of The Next Track podcast.

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