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Windows 7: Problems specifying contents of a "library".

19 Dec 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 
Problems specifying contents of a "library".

Hi,

I've had a little issue lately with my Music library, as in the Windows Explorer ones. The issue is with iTunes files, and I've already found what I need to know from Apple Support (https://discussions.apple.com/message/16891125#16891125). Basically, all of iTunes stuff should be in Program Files and the iTunes folder in My Music. It all is, but when I go to the Music "library" I can see all of iTunes's ".ITC2" and ".IPA" files. If you click Includes 2 locations at the top of the library, it'll let you choose which folders to include in the library. This includes Public Music and My Music. All good. However, instead of showing the equivalent of the two folders merged, it shows what you'd have if you went through all the folders and sub-folders and sub-sub-folders and so on and brought all the actual files into one folder. This is really annoying and setting my OCD off a lot. Is there some really simple solution. I don't remember it being like this before.

Thanks in advance,


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