Dec 1, PM in response to turingtest2 In response to turingtest2. There certainly appears to be a discrepancy, as you suggested. Here are some screenshots, with odd things happening;.
I've tried with the album part set to Compilation, but in these shots, the complete album is set as a Compilation. The Whole Story isn't hiding under Various Artists either;. I then changed views a few times, without modifying the album in any way. Eventually, after several attempts, when I return to the songs view, I can now use the Get Info Just teething problems I'm sure. But I can imagine lots of hysterical posts from users who see Get Info greyed out.
I'm sure you've noticed that the OTT posts about the delays in the release of iTunes 11 have now been replaced by yet more hysteria asking to go back to iTunes 10 because they don't like Dec 1, PM. Dec 1, PM in response to the fiend In response to the fiend. In the Songs view, if I click on the arrow next to a song on a single artist album , the following menu appears, showing "Go to "artist x";.
After a bit of house keeping I have this one remaining compilation album with no data in the Album Artists field. If I track down the album, select its tracks, get info. I've just shut down my library for a backup session but I'll try to see if I can reproduce and get a handle on this new mystery later when I get home. That's exactly what I experienced with Compilations appearing beneath All Artists , but with one minor difference.
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