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    Audiobooks: Chapter advance in iTunes
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    Audiobooks: Chapter advance in iTunes
    Shift - Command - left or right click

    I forgot this since it's so seldom I listen in iTunes instead of one of my iDevices. Took me several google searches and multiple combinations of search terms to find it again. And not easy to find in the iTunes help Keyboard shortcuts either.
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    Found them in the first search result here.

    What I learned reading that was that that you can prevent an iPod from automatically updating when you connect it to the computer if you hold down Command and Option as you connect it. That's a fantastic tip I'll have to remember.
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    Audiobooks: Chapter advance in iTunes
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    Yeah, I was using a combination of terms related to chapter advance. Almost all the links that come up are related to creating audiobooks compatible with iTunes and how to add chapter markers. Nothing to do with playing them.

    Didn't even think about searching for 'itunes keyboard shortcuts' or using the iTunes help until after I found it. Guessing I'm not, and won't be, the only one searching for those terms either.
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