2 Replies Latest reply: Nov 30, 2012 7:28 AM by magnusbl
Bojan Landekic Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

So I don't have a ginormous library since I'm quite poor and can't afford to buy a ton of music, I buy maybe $30 worth a month.  One of my favourite artists is Depeche Mode.  So the first thing I did when I upgraded to iTunes 11 is searched for "dep" and it found all of my Depeche Mode stuff.  That's great...

 

search for dep.png

 

And then I was doing something and I switched apps, and I switched back and tried to do a search for Depeche Mode again, only I didn't press d so I started typing "epeche", which is a substring of the word depeche.  So technically all entries that match "depeche" should also match "epeche".  However, it returned zero results!

 

search for epeche.png

 

*** kinda logic is this?  I don't always know precisely what is in my library, I rely on search to find stuff all the freaking time.  Now I'm worried I won't be able to find stuff I need with ease.  How did Apple allow something this silly to happen?!?!

 

I'm confused.  I tried many other searches and it seems that substrings aren't matched whatsoever!!!


iTunes, Mac OS X (10.7.5)