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iTunes Always Reverts to Next Track, Annoying.


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Hi all,

I have had a problem with iTunes that has bugged for as long as I can remember, and I've had enough. If I'm playing a tune then start scrolling up or down looking for a new tune to play, when the current tune that is playing finishes, iTunes automatically scrolls back up to the current playing tune. This is very annoying as I then have to scroll back down to where I was browsing previous to the track changing.

I have done a quick search with no positive results, and I may have to look for a new audio player if there is no easy fix to this glitch. Any recommendations on a fix or new software would be welcome.


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That glitch, is the "Now Playing" feature built into pretty much every player out there.

While there may be a workaround, am not personally aware of how to turn off the "Now Playing" function.

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Hi all,

I have had a problem with iTunes that has bugged for as long as I can remember, and I've had enough. If I'm playing a tune then start scrolling up or down looking for a new tune to play, when the current tune that is playing finishes, iTunes automatically scrolls back up to the current playing tune. This is very annoying as I then have to scroll back down to where I was browsing previous to the track changing.

I have done a quick search with no positive results, and I may have to look for a new audio player if there is no easy fix to this glitch. Any recommendations on a fix or new software would be welcome.


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Annoying yes! especially if I"m scrolling and creating playlists while I"m listening... I have to remember where I left off... the only good thing about the recent version is that if I forget and put the same song in my playlist, it tells me it already exists.

But yeah..... it's an annoying little glitch.
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Its good to see that other people recognize it as an issue that needs a fix, heres hoping there is a way.
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