[access-uk] Re: Unable to add songs to iTunes library

Hi, When your in Itunes if you press the alt key you will enter the menue, press cursor down until you get to either add file to library or add folder to library which is below it. From what I remember you are then presented in a dialogue that should allow you to tab and shift tab around in the same way as the open dialogue in word.

I hope that helps, I'm not using the version you are but the earlier one.
Yusuf
----- Original Message ----- From: "Sunil" <bosley20@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, August 19, 2005 10:48 AM
Subject: [access-uk] Unable to add songs to iTunes library



Using the current version of iTunes with Brian Hartgen's scripts, I'm unable
to add anything to my library - it looks like an iTunes issues rather than a
scripts one to me. Anyway, I've tried both the methods, copying and pasting
and the 'add to library' command but nothing shows up in the library
although it should. I'm thinking that iTunes might not be looking in the
right location but I don't know if I'm off beam or not, and don't know how
to go about solving it. Anyway please help me blind friends! Everything else
is working fine...ta muchly



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