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Create Notes of iPod track lyrics

This script will copy the lyrics of the selected iPod tracks (if the selected iPod tracks contain any lyrics, that is) as Notes to that iPod's "Notes" folder.

Lyrics Notes will be organized in Artist/Album folders in a "Lyrics" folder created in the iPod "Notes" folder. Additionally, a link at the beginning of each Lyrics Note will allow you to play that particular track from the iPod. (The idea for this script was originally suggested by Adam Wiseman at Mac OS X Hints, who created a similar script.)

Latest version:

  • January 7, 2006

Further:

Info:

  • This is a Compiled Script
  • file format: Script
  • Gatekeeper Security: None
  • total downloads: 3772
  • .zip download size: 163.7K
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Current v1.0

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