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Ridiculous Itunes Problem

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bainbrig | 15:48 Mon 15th Oct 2018 | Technology
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Well, I think it's ridiculous!

iTunes 12.8. Had a track on my desktop I wanted to incorporate into iTunes. Went to File / Add to library / desktop. Located track, clicked Open.

Ended up in the wrong place... (i.e. in another unrelated album).

Is there any way I can click and drag it out of there, or do I have to delete it, and start all over again. (Alright, it's only going to take 2 minutes, but I get fed up with iTunes not letting you do things you'd have thought should be simple).

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Fitzer.

Interested in your comment about having 'right click enabled'. In an absurdly long time using Macs (1980s!) I haven't come across that function. Nearest I can get is setting-up my Logitech mouse, where you can assign certain options to the mouse's left, right, centre, buttons, etc.

Could you enlighten me about the enabling business? Never too old to learn...

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Don't have my Mac in front of me (at work) but as I remember it is in System Preferences, Mouse. If you're using a mouse with a right hand button the system 'should' recognise it automatically but the 'secondary actions' section of the preferences should cover it
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Thanks Fitz, I think that applies if you're using a Mac mouse - I've always used Logitech (for no particular reason) and they come with their own set of options in "logitech control center" which lives on the bottom row of System Prefs.
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According to the Logitech section on this page https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/using-third-party-keyboards-and-mice-with-your-mac--mac-44602 Logitech centre should allow the set up of right click on the right button
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Yes, you CAN set up the mouse to right/left/centre click, or even have the scroll wheel clicking, too.

Way back in the 80s/90s, Macs only had one click, and after (blimey) 30+ years of single clicking, it comes hard.

I DO use option click (which gives the same submenu as right click), it’s just that it doesn’t come naturally!

I promise to use proper clicks in future.

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