Tuesday, September 6, 2016 [Tweets] [Favorites]

iTunes 12.5 Removes Unreadable Custom Colors

Kirk McElhearn:

“Someone at Apple thought it would be a good idea, a few years ago, to have iTunes display content in certain views using colors extracted from album artwork. Sometimes this is quite attractive. But sometimes, this borders on torture.”

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Well, Apple is changing this in iTunes 12.5. They’re eliminating this feature entirely. While there is currently an option to turn it off, I suspect that most people don’t bother to look for the setting, or don’t know it exists. And they then end up with a display that is simply unreadable.

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I did like it, and never thought it went wrong..

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