Downloaded this Last Night,Mostly New Mini Player Features.Album Artwork now showing on Songs List and progress bar now is now back too.Both are welcome for me anyway.Check it out.
BitPerfect-users beware though: according to their website and Facebook page there are issues with 11.0.3 update and they're advising BP users NOT to download it yet.
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That's the problem with writing bolt-ons. The creator of the 'host program' suddenly changes the rules just because they can without prior notice, and your bolt-on no longer works. I'm sure Richard or Tim will have a fix or us soon.
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The ****ing thing zapped my hard disk!!!!!! Chose "add to library", took forever and zapped my tax records for the Oz government!!!!
Seriously unimpressed, which is nothing to what the tax department is going to be.
Hopefully you can restore your tax records from the last system backup you took.
A bit weird that iTunes update homed in on your tax records. Were they filed in your C/Program Files/iTunes folder? (Or whatever it's called on your machine.)
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It's a mac. It was and external drive that had a backup of my hard disk plus the tax records. All got zapped; Only problem was I don't have a copy of thos tax records.
I'm very calm now, very very calm.
I can't see how an iTunes upgrade could possibly wipe the data on your external hard disk. What exactly happened?
You didnt have that backed up, really?
Hmm. muppet comes to mind
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No need for that, we've all done it at some point. At any rate, if you read his response, he did have it backed up but something wiped the backup as well - just trying to get to the bottom of what might have done that.
Sounds like something has nuked the T-O-C entries for those folders and files. Stay very, very calm, unmount the drive immediately without saving anything else to it, and go to a computer shop to see if they can rescue the files. Providing you don't save anything else on the drive, most of your 'lost' files should still be intact. Maybe even all of them.
I suppose that's the 21st Century version of 'my dog ate it'.
In all seriousness, it seems a unlikely that iTunes has caused this though, have you another computer that you could try to access the hard drive on?
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Itunes 11.0.3 stuff...
I'm still sticking with iTunes 10.7 for a number of reasons, although I will probably need to catch up eventually or miss out on any bug fixes or show stopping new features.
I doubt that "Cover Flow" will ever make a re-appearance as Cupertino HQ deemed not enough people used it, but I would miss iTunes DJ, although I'm sure there must be a "make-do" for that by now??
I'm sure you're an aficionado of iTunes 11, so was wondering if you could advise me weather the "Expanded View" of Album artwork, track names and matching background tint changes to reflect the "Now Playing" song?? (or just stays on the item you last clicked on?).
Best Regards: Fred
iTunes 10.7 on ASUS x401, Arcam DAC, Audioquest, Arcam Solo, QED, Monitor Audio R250 + REL Quake
The 'now playing' song does not change the album view at each track change. I've just checked.
Bummer! - thanks sooo much for checking
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