- My extended family are suddenly interested in my genealogy research. Time to dust off the Geni.com tree. Not ideal but good start #
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I lost the playcount in iTunes for Windows for some of my tracks.
Tonight I wanted to fix that without editing the Library.xml file – that’s too extreme. I envy Mac owners as they have wonderful Applescript collections to manage iTunes.
Installation instructions for Adjust Play Count in iTunes for Windows:
How to Adjust Play Count in iTunes for Windows:
The script will update your iTunes for Windows play count for all the selected songs – even for the current playing song if you’ve highlighted it.
It worked for me on Windows XP and Vista Home using iTunes 10.0.1.22.
I provide no warranties for this script. Test it on one backed up song first. If it kills your tunes, drinks your liquor or runs off with your daughters, it’s not my fault.
You can open the wsf file in a text editor to read the script if you want to see what it does.
Suggestions, bug reports, questions and/or thanks in the comments. Maybe I could make it increase the play count by set number? Tell me what you think.
Update 14 April 2013: I’m thinking of a checkbox that will also reset the last played date to todays date. Let me know what you think.
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