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Old Sep 22nd, 2009, 11:06 PM   #1
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Fine, here's your 'zoom' button back: iTunes 9.0.1 update

Now in your Software update:

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iTunes 9.0.1 provides a number of important bug fixes, including:

- Resolves issues browsing the iTunes Store.
- Addresses a performance issue where iTunes may become unresponsive.
- Fixes a problem where iTunes may unexpectedly quit.
- Fixes a problem syncing Podcasts in playlists to iPod or iPhone.
- Fixes a problem sorting albums with multiple discs.
- Addresses an issue with the Zoom button not switching to Mini Player.
- Improves application syncing for iPod touch and iPhone.
- Genius is now automatically updated to show Genius Mixes.
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Old Sep 23rd, 2009, 01:01 AM   #2
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The zoom thing bugged me for all of two minutes. It was unexpected behavior, but in retrospect made sense. Cmd+shift+M for mini player, zoom button to minimize to dock, at least it's consistent with what other apps do.
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Option-click the green button also worked in iTunes 9. I am seriously considering not upgrading over this. The previous behaviour was annoying an WAY inconsistent with OS X expected behaviour. This is an example of Apple kowtowing to user demand rather than sticking to what's right. A shame.
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Option-click the green button also worked in iTunes 9. I am seriously considering not upgrading over this. The previous behaviour was annoying an WAY inconsistent with OS X expected behaviour. This is an example of Apple kowtowing to user demand rather than sticking to what's right. A shame.
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Old Sep 23rd, 2009, 09:25 AM   #5
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So all the rest of the minor fixes, listed and presumably unlisted, don't make a difference to you?

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Option-click the green button also worked in iTunes 9. I am seriously considering not upgrading over this. The previous behaviour was annoying an WAY inconsistent with OS X expected behaviour. This is an example of Apple kowtowing to user demand rather than sticking to what's right. A shame.
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I didn't see anything in the listed fixed that a) looked like anything compulsory and b) has affected me so far. I'll probably upgrade eventually, but not before firing off a "naughty boy" letter via feedback. It's not a big deal really, but to have FINALLY brought the behaviour in line with everything else in OS X, only to *reverse back* to the "wrong" way, is really annoying (and a violation of their own guidelines), not to mention a downgrade to an upgrade, something Apple almost never does IMHO.
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Old Sep 23rd, 2009, 10:27 AM   #7
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Unfortunately, this update didn't fix the issue where itunes hangs indefinitely when I click on the Podcasts tab. Happens with both iPhone and an iPod Nano. The podcasts seem to update and sync, but I can't manage them anymore. No idea what's causing this problem, but was really hoping that 9.01 would fix it.
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That update was for me! Not switching to mini player when hitting the + button was my only gripe with iTunes 9. A welcome update for me and now everything is right with the world... well almost.
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