things are not so simple with my PC. I, finally, figured it out that I did not have CD in the burner. ITunes was telling me nothing, and Burn Playlist to Disc is not visible. Then, I had a CD, but Windows was trying to help coming out with a popup on how to burn or play CDs. My two favorite music programs, iTunes and Winamp are not listed. The popup was under iTunes, and it took me a while to figure out that I had to contend with it. Only, after I selected Cancel, Bur Playlist showed up. I had no problem, and the printing of the art and songlist went well.
Things were not so good with the next album, although I am pretty sure that it was handled the name way. The CD was burned ok, but the songlist included 10 extra songs which were not in the Playlist. This happened to me before, and each song had a check mark, next to it.
Another weirdness from iTunes, is that it names the song differently, from what it is. The first albumwas not so bad, titlrd: The Shins-Port of Morrow/ The Shins. The second one could figure out the title, so it gave it, plain Music/the artist. Is there any way to edit the mess made by iTunes? I am using emusic, which cheap, and I copy/paste the album cover, and copy the songlist, and paste it in a program. And, if the name of the song is longer that the maximum, I can go to another line. I Tunes, I get this informative, (from Toge....).
ITunes is a very unfriendly to the user.
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