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Itunes Shortcut for a "global" Search?

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one thing that annoys me about itunes is that the search (command-option-f) is restricted to the currently selected playlist.

to search my whole (music) library, first I have to click on "music" in the source pane.

is there a shortcut for jumping to "music"?
or even better, a shortcut for a "global" search?

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