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Great Mac iTunes hack

Discovered this last night when I upgraded my copy of Onyx (Freeware, Mac OSX only). You can change iTunes behaviour so that clicking one of the little arrows next to a song/artist/album/genre name brings you to a filtered browser list containing matches, and not the iTunes Music Store as it does by default. If this option exists in the preferences, I haven’t noticed it.

Example: Clicking an arrow next to “Ryan Adams” in a track listing will display all songs by Ryan Adams. Faster and easier than entering the browser and finding what you want when you’re already looking at it.

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