I admit it – I am one of those people who avoid the mouse. I guess a couple of bouts of tendonitis has made me a bit gun shy of using the mouse. Plus I actually find using the keyboard faster than clicking away on the screen. That being said, if there is an equivalent keyboard command for an action, that is what I use. I recently discovered that you can navigate the Get Info box in iTunes with your keyboard.
Select the song whose information you want to see and press the Command + I keystroke combination to display the Get Info box. To switch between the different tabs of the info box, press the Command key and the number of the tab’s position in the list. For instance, Command + 1 displays the Summary tab, Command + 2 the Info tab, Command + 3 the Video tab, Command + 4 the Sorting tab, Command + 5 the Options tab, Command + 6 the Lyrics tab and Command + 7 the Artwork tab.
To move to the next song in the iTunes list from within the Get Info window, press the Command + right-arrow key. Command + the left arrow key moves you to the previous song in the list.
This shortcut also works in the iTunes preferences pane (iTunes > Preferences from the menu).
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