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Sun Sep 05, 2010 3:49 pm Post
Jaysen wrote:Think "windows users". From what I can tell iTunes is starting to regress to the lowest common denominator when it comes to compromising for cross platform compatibility. So go to your local "computer store" (which in the US is likely a Walmart" but I don't know what the equivalent is there in the UK) and look at a Win7 system. Suddenly it all makes sense.
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Sun Sep 05, 2010 4:03 pm Post
AmberV wrote:This is all the interface I want or need from a music player:
That iTunes can barely even be used on a 15" MacBook Pro for all of the monstrous screen width it requires to be functional is... really kind of pathetic. But that is nothing new. iTunes was synonymous with the Play-Doh of music players since version 1, and has been Apple's vanguard of dumb interface decisions for ages now. I've grown to expect each new version to be comically bad, and progressively worse than any other version that has ever come before.
You still can't load an album or do anything other than pause and play, with the standard player. You have to expand the interface to the whole library view to change a track. Brilliance.
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