Whizbang
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burypromote
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Whizbang commented on 23 Oct 2009
RUBAIYAT,

If you have you iTunes library music in say AAC but in this case want to have Apple lossless files for an archive or maybe a friend then you are faced with changing iTunes preferences, ripping the file(s). Determining which are which in your iTunes library ,both AAC and Apple lossless files are .m4a, and don't forget to change iTunes preferences back. Similar multi step clunky wastes of time processes are necessary for all other file types. Apple intended iTunes for adding music to the iTunes library and was very successful in making it unattractive to use it for utility ripping. A good solid stand alone ripper is necessary for anyone who serious about music as an avocation. I personally use XLD.
[Version 0.9.1]



burypromote
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whizbang reviewed on 13 Apr 2009
This thing is kind of Buggy. The 'set to now' box works in a different time zone or is not set to recognize AM vs PM. At any rate anything after noon will show as the next day. Suggest manually entering date and time which seems to work fine. I used 24 hr clock times and they show up as regular AM PM in finder.

As for the previous review I found that most File Information is locked by default and must be unlocked using your system password before you can change the creation date. The modification date seems to work fine without unlocking (previous bug not withstanding).

I would not pay for this application in it's current form but for the occasional date change (usually) for sorting reasons in Finder) I can live with the nag.
[Version 3.2]



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