Why do I have *four* absolutely identical copies of some songs in the iTunes Folder. iTunes does not know about these copies in most cases, it just shows one copy in its database that points to "trackname 1.mp3". Or another duplicate, never the original. Is this some weird glitch with iTunes Match?
This is a pretty epic file deletion, the script says it found 17.5k files that aren't in iTunes's database, and iTunes says I have 18.2k songs. Still not 100% sure everything will fit on the Air but it's gonna be a lot closer, to the point where throwing away 94 gigabytes of old .ipa backups I will never need might do the trick.
Oh and by the way if you are tired of watching me talk to myself as I try to migrate from this battery-fucked Macbook Pro to my old Air, then hit the ... next to this toot, choose 'mute conversation', and you'll only ever see more of this thread if you actually go to my user page. :)
heh. i distinctly remember never having seen that option before in the web ui. turns out you can only mute conversations you're a part of?
(not that i want to mute this one. seeing that others have gripes with tech too is somewhat cathartic. :})
oops, I am wrong then. Huh. I wonder if that's a feature worth suggesting.
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