Tips for using iTunes and the Finder
Mar 19, '02 10:54:29AM
Contributed by: Gabriel Birke
These "Tips" are fairly obvious for the long-time Mac-user but I found them nowhere else.
Did you notice how tightly integrated iTunes and the Finder are?
[Editor's note: Once again, this may be a semi-duplicated tip, but I couldn't verify it with a quick search. Still, these are good things to know if you're new to iTunes!]
- Drag some mp3 files onto a playlist - they are imported and the playlist is filled with them. Useful if you have sorted your files by genre and want to have a playlist with that genre.
- Now, drag a some titles from iTunes to a Finder window - the files are copied to the destination! Great if you want to burn several playlists on a mp3 CD.
- If you want iTunes to play the files from a certain folder, drag that folder on the iTunes icon in the Dock.
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