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Jump back to full library view in iTunes' browser mode Apps
This hint isn't really new (I guess it's worked since the first iTunes version that included the browser mode with little eye on the bottom right of the screen), but it wasn't obvious to me. When the browser is active (View » Show Browser or Command-B), and you select a genre, artist or album, you don't have to manually scroll back to the top of the list to select the All entry in a given column when you want to see the whole library again.

Instead, just press Command-A (but the list has to have the keyboard focus), and the selection will go back to "All." I think it's worth sharing because Command-A is supposed to select all entries (and this it what the entry for Command-A says in the Edit menu -- Select All). However, in the browse mode, it works as a "set view to all" shortcut.
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Jump back to full library view in iTunes' browser mode
Authored by: jweber on Jun 06, '08 08:00:50AM

Or just press Esc.



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Jump back to full library view in iTunes' browser mode
Authored by: drwingnut on Jun 06, '08 10:17:02AM

Or just click on the column header ("Genre", "Artist", or "Album").



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