3801 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Dec 17, 2010 10:05 PM by ShakuZen
Thanks. I had read that previously and I do what is mentioned there, but it doesn't quite go deep enough.
Take James Patterson for example. He has 60 or more books. But they are in different series. The Alex Cross series and the Daniel X series to name 2. So for the Alex Cross series, I have "Alex Cross" in the Album field and the Track is the order in the series. This works for the most part, except when you look in the iTunes Books folder, ALL of the James Patterson books are in the same folder (under James Patterson of course) and there is no indication of the album/series.
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I can feel your pain, I too had issues with iTunes and the title format used for storing classical music. It seems really anal to those who do not understand the frustration. Finally I found this blog covering what to do.
My iTunes is having "issues" at the moment so I cannot directly try what I am suggesting, this article covers it and the thinking is to go to a GRID VIEW to sort the books.