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Old 08-21-2006, 11:21 PM   #1
bulliver
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OS X - Possible top kill itunes?


Hello folks,

I keep all my music in ogg format. We all know that iTunes doesn't do Oggs. Well, I can live with that. I downloaded a freeware app that rips CDs to OGG called Max, and it works just fine. The problem is that every time I put a CD in the drive iTunes insists on starting.

I have been all through iTunes preferences and the closes thing I could find was:
Code:
On CD insert:
1. List Tracks
2. Start Playing
3. Import tracks
4. Import tracks and eject
Apple neglects to add the option: "Don't do a bloody thing!"
Can someone please tell me how to keep iTunes from starting automatically?

Thanks
 
Old 08-22-2006, 01:58 AM   #2
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First of all, sorry about the typo in the title..

Second of all I got it sorted, you change it in the CD preferences, not the iTunes preferences. Asked in #macosx on freenode and got flamed away for thinking it was more logical to have a setting that affects iTunes in the iTunes preferences.

Sheesh, those guys are jackals.
 
  


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