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    How could I do this? [iTunes]
    Hey. I was wondering if there is a way to make iTunes act more like a jukebox so if I double click a song, instead of playing immediately it just gets added to an upcoming playlist and plays after the current song has finished.

    Thanks!

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    you could set up a new party shuffle playlist that is blamk, then right clik on songs in your library to add them to the party shuffle

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    Quote Originally Posted by louishen View Post
    you could set up a new party shuffle playlist that is blamk, then right clik on songs in your library to add them to the party shuffle
    Thanks but that still requires right clicking and going to add to party shuffle. I wanted something a little simpler.

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