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  1. Actually, it probably won't find a couple of other artists for the same reason. Even after checking the location of the library and a couple of CMD+R resets, the mini player refused to see this artist, but I can find his track by name. There are two artist fields in the track meta date: Artist Album Artist Although the Artist field is set to Isaac Delusion, the Album Artist field is set to 'Various Artists'. When I change that field to 'Isaac Delusion', the Mini-player can now see the artist. Not quite sure what's going on here, but I suspect that Alfred only looks for the artist name in Album Artist field. Anyway, I think Alfred should index on both fields.
  2. I'm using v2.0 (138). The lightning icon in the iTunes mini player which resets the library is missing. Using command+R will still cause it to reset, but the button is missing.
  3. When I choose an album in the mini-player, I can browse the songs in that album. I'd like to have the same feature for playlists and for artists I would like to have it without the step between of having to choose an album.
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