Alas, Time Machine backed up before the playlist existed, and then after it was deleted. No big deal in the end, i just recreated both from scratch again, and this time I exported the playlists to txt files just in case (which I would have done anyway once I'd finished tweaking the first lot, as I print my own CD inserts for people and need the text).
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Originally Posted By: padmavyuha
Cursor focus on that individual track in a playlist which it took me hours to choose? No, actually focus on the playlist itself, so when I hit delete, the whole playlist went, and there's no undo.
I've done that before. Not so sure it's PEBKAC either. When you click on a song and then click back on a playlist, the song still stays high-lighted, though it does switch to gray, which makes it easy to think the song is still selected when you hit delete. Now, I'm just extra careful when I'm only deleting a song from a playlist. If I'm deleting a song from iTunes, I do option-delete which gives me a confirmation box.
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