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Add or subtract a user-entered number from each selected track's Plays

Add or subtract a user-entered number from the current Plays ("Play Count" before iTunes 9.2) of each selected track. If the resulting Plays is 0 then the track's Last Played date will be erased--as if it have never been played.

Also see New Play Count and New Last Played Date.

Latest version:

  • March 12, 2009

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