|29 Oct 2012||#1|
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Keep all iTunes settings files in Dropbox
I'm trying to make the ultimate system restore disc, which after restoring and allowing Dropbox to sync will work just as pre-restore...but I'm having trouble with iTunes since its settings files are all over the place. My best state would to have iTunes pointed to a Dropbox folder for everything (settings, playlists,etc), so that after a restore none of my settings would be deleted...any suggestions? I know about symbolic links (Link Shell Extension) but that's kind of complicated and I do not see how they would work here.
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