@ tt2: I'm not seeing that anywhere.. ??
@ Chris CA: It looks like you have a different OS or something.. not where what you pulled up exactly ??
Here's a screenshot of my entire iTunes window/screen, with one of the Playlists selected:
in case if that's too small - http://i.imgur.com/BveGBvu.png
Hmm, okay, this worked.. I deslected all of the things that were selected in this dropdown menu from right-clicking at the column area there..
Then I tried clicking and dragging a song to be a different # and that worked.. strange.. I know I had more columns selected/showing before in my playlists, and I was able to drag and move songs to order how I wanted..
Oh well, at least I'm able to do now what I wanted LOL
Thank you both for your help! (:
@ tt2: In case you remember me from before - I ended up having to manually put my music back in iTunes (luckily I had almost all of my music files saved onto thumb drives etc.).. I finally have everything synced now; except for Outlook sort of. My Calendar is synced between Outlook and my iPod touch, but before I had the iCloud thing showing as a button thing in my main/Home ribbon in Outlook.. now I no longer have that.. I guess that's not all that important though, just so long as my Calendar in Outlook and my iPod are the same/synced.. although it doesn't sync automatically.. I guess maybe that's what the iCloud thing up at the top in Outlook had to do with?
I want my Calendars to always be in sync with each other, like without having to manually connect my iPod to my computer/iTunes to sync my iPod etc.. any suggestions for that ??
Hmm, okay, I got iCloud for Outlook figured out now.. apparently I needed to install iCloud back on my computer.. thought I had, as I thought it was part of iTunes' installation or something, but I guess not..
Now however, I have two Calendars listed in my Outlook.. although I'm able to uncheck/deselect the other Calendar, to only show the iCloud calendar (instead of My Calendars), that's still annoying.. I want to remove the "My Calendars" from here in Outlook completely..
I remember struggling with this before too - before I had to reinstall windows and all that, that is.. I don't remember what I did that ended up working; or maybe I did just have to end up leaving it this way..
Oh well.. I'm sure this is more of a Microsoft issue now, not iTunes/Apple.. LOL
If anyone knows though anyway, any/all suggestions welcome (:
Otherwise, I think my Apple/iTunes/iCloud issues are resolved as of now!
Thanks again you two!! (:
In the screenshot above there is a small black triangle in the heading of the Plays column, pointing down so that determines the order. Clicking a different heading gives that priority. The left-most, unlabeled, column of numbers is the Play Order, only when this is selected as the sort column can you drag things up & down by hand.
I remember the name, but not the conversation. I sync my contacts & calendars with an Exchange server so I'm not the best person for advice on syncing with Outlook directly. This support doc may help though. HT1692 - iPhone, iPad, iPod touch: Troubleshooting contact and calendar syncing via USB on Windows.