I'm hopping off this merry-go-round. This is ridiculous
Sorry I was just asking questions about how it works since I mentioned I never used spaces or expose - you don't need to be an arse about it , I am getting tired of all these condescending remarks
Sorry you feel that way, and have to call names because of it, that's not necessary, but I tried 3 times to explain it and got frustrated when you didn't get it. Maybe I don't explain it well but I do teach this stuff almost daily in my job, or maybe you're not reading what I say with care. I was out of ideas as to how else to say it. Maybe NG4's explanation helped hopefully.
Let's move on. Just believe me that you can't do what you say with spaces. Without serious geekery it's one application running at a time off of one library.
have to call names because of it, that's not necessary
Sorry Pal but I do get upset when people are (condescending) to others , so yes you went first with the name calling , I responded . Maybe count to 10 when you get frustrated , I do and sometimes I forget as well.
OK. The post did take. But no joy with two copies of iTunes. No joy with spaces either.
Why do I want this. I produce about 50 cd's per year of inspirational talks. They are currently arranged as one library per year going back to 1999. I have audio tapes going back to 1987 and am getting them into cd format as time permits. Quite time consuming to edit a 94 min audio tape to 79:59 min cd.
My other music is in separate libraries as well - some in mp3 format, some aac: some is my own creation, some is commercial, and some a blend of the two. I sometimes need tracks to make a playlist and the tracks come from several years. I could put them all in one library, but that makes for one humongous list of playlists. I may do tat as a last resort.
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