Could ICE3 be hanging due to your very large music collection? (We really do need to sort out a loading/progress indicator of some kind).
Can you list please 'whats new' in 2.1.2?
Apart from some minor bug fixes, the following is what's new:
Added key bindings support.
Added WAV support.
Eliminated the "iTunes" directory from the music path selector so that the "use iTunes library" setting must be used.
when I select the CD from coverflow, it changes to a screen for track selection (Is this the search screen?)
Sometimes in this screen the first (or current playing) track is not highlighted. When this happens, clicking on any track name causes the program to hang with the spinning lollypop.
If I switch spaces, the selected track (or the previously playing track) then plays and I can switch back to ICEł and all is well.
It doesn't always happen, but often.
also, is there a way for ICEł to store and load cover art, separately from the audio file?
i.e. if there's a pic with the same file name in an "Album Art" folder, then it will load in place of a 'missing' one from the actual song... could also be applied to movie files.
I've discovered a little something by accident. My typical setup uses an external HDD to store ALL of my music, movies and TV shows. In this setup, it seems like no music or videos show up in the index.
Last night I downloaded some music. When my external HDD isn't connected it downloads and stores the music/movies directly in ~/Music/iTunes. To my surprise, the music showed up....
I also ran a test with the external HDD connected an only the music stored in ~/Music/iTunes shows up.
Is there any place noted on how to get the artwork to show up properly? Im having some tracks of the exact same album with artwork, others, not.
I've found a bug: iTunes 9 organize the Music Library on the iTunes Media/Music folder and not in the iTunes Music folder (as the previous versions), so if I activate iTunes Library on ICE3 it doesn't work beacuse it search the files in iTunes Music and not iTunes Media/Music.
So.... is this thing dead?