5 Replies Latest reply: Sep 22, 2010 11:36 AM by VonZipper
VonZipper Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
Using iTunes 10 in Windows 7. I may not have used the Store since my first use of iTunes with version 8, and the system has changed.

I want to copy and/or print the contents of the Wish List to sort and prioritize in my own order. Is there a way to do this? Most logical menu choices are grayed-out. Is there a way to do this that I've missed?

There no longer seems to be a way to pop things into a shopping cart to review, either.

Windows 7
  • varjak paw Level 10 Level 10 (169,810 points)
    Sorry, but other than doing a screen capture, there's no way I know of to print out the Wish List.

    As to the Shopping Cart, that feature was removed months ago and in essence converted into the Wish List.

    Regards.
  • VonZipper Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    Thanks. I was afraid of that. It's too bad that they've removed useful functionality, especially when iTunes has what I assume is the largest selection. I'll probably use Amazon where I can create multiple Wish Lists, and use iTunes for the items I can't find there.
  • varjak paw Level 10 Level 10 (169,810 points)
    There is a rather awkward workaround: if you Browse the content (the Browse link under Quick Links) and find an item you want, you can drag that title into a standard iTunes playlist for future purchase. Since this works only from a Browse list, it's not really easy to find the item you are interested in, but for now it's the only way to have more than one "wish list" or one that can be exported/printed.

    Regards.
  • VonZipper Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    That's a very good suggestion. Also, I found that I didn't have to Browse content. I created a new Playlist, and was able to drag titles from the Wish List into the Playlist. The titles aren't added to "Music," I guess since they aren't really downloaded, and that's a good thing. It will be a tedious process to drag each title, and keep the list current, but it is a workaround.

    I expect this Playlist to be available only on the computer I'm using at the time, unlike the Wish List. I'm not sure if it will transfer to the iPod, but I don't really want it to.

    Maybe someday Apple could incorporate something like this or better into the Wish List.
  • VonZipper Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    An unfortunate update:
    As I started with the Wish List / Playlist, I found that I could drag titles from the first page of the Wish List (25 titles) to the new Playlist. However, none of the titles I dragged from the 2nd page would appear. I tried creating a second Playlist in case there was a limit in the first, but no luck that way either. Too bad, since this appeared to be a good solution.