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Thanks. That'll do perfectly!
Question: is it possible to disable finding/adding album art? That would solve it. I use additional programs to track art anyway. Thanks!
BTW: it's persistent, in that rebuilding the iTunes library didn't correct this problem. Just for your information. Tracing back: it seems not to have occured before February, 25th. Don't know when the last version was released, but this may help you track the issue.
Same annoying issue popped up here. Could this have to do with the recent Jaikoz update? I don't think it happened before that... Bummer because I just tagged lots of (and than some) files. In relatively small parts, so I don't even have a way to find out how many have been affected. There isn't an option that allows you to only tag album art? That would be nice after a fix, so I wouldn't have to retag everything once again.
Nope. The behavior seems independent on whether or not the file / folder is actually moved / renamed. Not a biggie. I'll just rebuild the library once I corrected all the tags. "Problem" solved. Latest iTunes (had just downloaded the recent update, but happened before as well) by the way. Like I said: no biggie.
You could be right about the metadata changed but filename remains the same part. I'll have to check. Still: rebuilding the library is a fairly simple workaround, so I basically just wanted to alert others to it. I'll keep you updated. iTunes 7.6.1 (9) on OSX 10.5.2.

I have the same (duplicate entries in iTunes) problem. No matter what settings I use (keep iTunes folder organized or not), all edited MP3's appear as duplicates. Without exception, as far as I can tell. However, rebuilding the iTunes library seems to fix this. It takes some time, but beats manually deleting the dupes (something that iTunes should be able to do automatically, but alas). So if anyone has this same problem, maybe this is a good workaround.
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