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iPod Touch/iTunes music list with #songs


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Flohtuning

 
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Hi,

is there a way to how the number of songs (#songs) in the itunes album-list or artist-list to show how many songs are behind an entry?

this could help tremendously when browsing for music on the iPod Touch or iPhone.

Background:

I finally copied all my CD's onto my hard drive. And now ... when trying to use it ... I'm struck by reality:

When browsing the album- or artist-list on my iPod touch I see hundreds of arrtists and/or albums. Reasons are the many samplers I've got leaving many artists with one song only under their name.

To find this out I always need to drill down and come back up again.

If the number of songs under a label can be displayed on the line I don't need to drill down but can find my music much quicker.

regards
flohtuning
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