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iTunes 3.0.1 in Software Update Now!

post #1 of 13
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FYI, go check it out.

I have yet to see what's new, but there it is.

Enjoy!

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post #2 of 13
It should be noted that SU doesn't actually download an update, but rather the entire iTunes 3.0.1 package.

"What's new in iTunes 3.0.1
iTunes 3.0.1 includes a number of performance enhancements to iTunes 3.0, and provides improved support for Mac OS X version 10.2."

Gee, that's really specific.
post #3 of 13
Should have known something was up as Software Update was not working all day until about 2:50PM PDT. Next up is the Jaguar Update probably.
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post #4 of 13
why does an update for iTunes require a restart? goddammit this is supposed to b unix.
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My visualization now will use the "Open GL" selection. Before, I would select this option to find that when I went back it was not selected. I'm glad this problem is resolved, even though I see no change in my frame rate.
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[quote]Originally posted by thuh Freak:
<strong>why does an update for iTunes require a restart?</strong><hr></blockquote>A restart is needed because the iTunes package adds kexts to the system and the Installer.app is not smart enough to unload and load kexts. If you are comfortable working with kexts in the command line, you can kill the installer when it asks to restart and then just work your Terminal magic.

[ 09-18-2002: Message edited by: Brad ]</p>
post #7 of 13
Yeah, all those drivers for MP3 players I don't have... <img src="graemlins/bugeye.gif" border="0" alt="[Skeptical]" />

[ 09-18-2002: Message edited by: Overhope ]</p>
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post #8 of 13
Well, I downloaded it. Great, it put iTunes in the Applications folder, so i moved it into my Multimedia sub-folder. Suddenly, SU lists iTunes 3.0.1 again! If I move iTunes back into the root Applications folder, the SU iTunes listing goes away. Did this happen before? I don't remember it doing so.

So now I have to manually disable all application updates that I decide to move into sub-folders. Come on, Apple... how hard can it be to RECOGNIZE SUBFOLDERS???

This is the third major release of this OS, and not only is the installer still not fixed, but now Software Update seems to be taking a brain-dead approach to figuring out which applications are installed.

post #9 of 13
iTunes still does not seem to work with Rendezvous.. Am I just doing something wrong? <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
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post #10 of 13
[quote]Originally posted by Mount_my_floppy:
<strong>iTunes still does not seem to work with Rendezvous.. Am I just doing something wrong? :confused: </strong><hr></blockquote>

iTunes 3 doesn't support Rendezvous yet. Steve said that version of iTunes won't be out till January. He was using a demo version at MacWorld.
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post #11 of 13
damn i cant wait for that version!!! i want to be able to browse people's playlists..!!!
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post #12 of 13
Is this new or have I just never noticed it before?

If you look at the info for an mp3 in iTunes it gives a value for Volume: +/- x.y dB

Is this new? And either way, what exactly does it mean? A quick google gave me nothing.
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post #13 of 13
[quote]Originally posted by stupider...likeafox:
<strong>Is this new or have I just never noticed it before?

If you look at the info for an mp3 in iTunes it gives a value for Volume: +/- x.y dB

Is this new? And either way, what exactly does it mean? A quick google gave me nothing.</strong><hr></blockquote>

This came with the feature that allows iTunes to "average" the volume of a playlist, so that you don't have to turn up or turn down the volume to get an even volume between albums.

That bit of info tells you whether and how much the song's volume has been adjusted.
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