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itunes 8 question (how to removing itunes store link arrows?)


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There are arrows next to my tracks in my list (list view) that take me to the itunes store when I click on them. In itunes 7 I could remove these is I wanted to. But I don't see this option in itunes 8.

Does anyone know how to remove these store links in itunes 8?

Also when I'm listening to a song say and I add in a new one in (drag and drop the mp3 into my master playlist) itunes will switch th the grid view. And I have to then change it back to the list view. That also didn't happen in itunes 7. I not to worried about that mind you. But it is rather annoying I'll say. A fix for it would be nice.
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did some searching. this seems to work for me.
http://www.macosxhints.com/article.p...80909130752871
enjoy!

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Oh wow. That worked a charm and so simple too. I think everyone should know of this.

Silly on Apple for removing the option in itunes 8. *pokes out tounge at itunes team*
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Hate that they does more and more "force" us to use iTunes Store, I want a good music program, and iTunes have it, but version 8 making me feel bad oO

Took away alot of the settings you can change, made it harder to format iTunes they way you want
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