Re: A minor problem with iTunes
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Hi, Itunes is doable. It’s really meant for apple. If’ts good if you use it in an apple product such as an IPhone or pad. I used the Ipad my room mate and I share. it’s excellent in there.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Gene New Zealand
Sent: August-26-17 1:20 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] A minor problem with iTunes
On 26/08/2017 23:21, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io wrote:
is designed by some huge group of programmers all not talking to each other and trying to cludge all the bits together into one heap afterwards. its illogical and mostly pointless. Its a great shame that a third party development cannot get permission to use the Apple shop routines. I'm sure they would be able to better Itunes!
Hmm, you no i thought about just getting apple music, cent i listen to a lot of it.
Hi all. I have my doubts if this minor problem has been resolved in 2017.3. Heck I think I'm the first one to bring it up. When I'm in iTunes when I hit up and down arrow to hear the list of songs in the artists area NVDA incorrectly reports the wrong name of the song. The only way I know it is the song I want is to hit NVDA numb pad 5 With the Seka Braille display I get the same behavior using arrow keys. A lot of my albums on Apple music have a lot of tracks as it is due to them being deluxe versions in most cases. I'm not familiar with Get Hub or WTH its called, so I don't know simple it is to create an account and not sure what to do from that point on. Any help is appreciated. Thanks. the
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