iTunes 11.1.4 lets you see your Wish List in your library, improves language support

iTunes 11.1.4 lets you see your Wish List in your library, improves language support

Apple released iTunes 11.1.4 today, adding the ability to see your Wish List in your iTunes library. It also includes better support for Arabic and Hebrew, along with some stability fixes.

Grab the update through Apple's website or through the Mac App Store update section.

Release Notes:

This version of iTunes adds the ability to see your Wish List while viewing your iTunes Library, improves support for Arabic and Hebrew, and includes some additional stability improvements. For more information on the security content of this update, please visit: https://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222

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iTunes 11.1.4 lets you see your Wish List in your library, improves language support

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Couldn't find my wish list in my library... Does this have something to do with having icloud purchases visible?

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The top of my wish list has always been for it to automatically detect and eliminate duplicates. I guess I have to wait another decade for that feature.

That feature isn't really there, at least all of us who already installed the update don't see it. Because I don't see it either!!! So if somebody found how to view it please share with us. Thanks!

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My itunes stopped working after I did the update,and now says there is a file missing from my computer and it won't work at all,I tried uninstalling it and reinstalling itunes but now I have nothing.I tried restoring my computer to another day and time but it's still not
working,must have been a virus on apples site where I downloaded itunes.

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That's weird, I downloaded the installer from iTunes.com not using the software update and I don't have any kind of problem. Why don't you try to use Ccleaner after uninstalling iTunes to clean anything left behind after uninstalling? Good luck!

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If Windows, check this out. I'm a bit miffed that SO many people are having this issue, and Apple has NOT said anything about it...MAJOR FAIL!
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Re: Got R6034 when trying to install itunes latest update. How to resolve?
23-ene-2014 9:55 (in response to cdgrundy)
Go to Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs (Win XP) or Programs and Features (Later)

Remove all of these items in the following order:

iTunes
Apple Software Update
Apple Mobile Device Support
Bonjour
Apple Application Support

Reboot, download iTunes, then reinstall, either using an account with administrative rights, or right-clicking the downloaded installer and selecting Run as Administrator.

See also HT1925: Removing and Reinstalling iTunes for Windows XP or HT1923: Removing and reinstalling iTunes for Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5817118

Hello,I am posting again,the way I got my itunes working was to use CCleaner and toke everything itunes off and I had an older version of itunes
and just today was able to install it and it copied my stuff back to it,I didn't try and use the new version because I have not been able to get it to work and until today I had no itunes at all.The last time I tried it didn't work so I will wait to try it again because something is a lot better than nothing.

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How about fixing the music syncing issues people are having? I guess that would be asking too much, I don't believe they know HOW to fix it honestly. People have been reporting this for a while now...music deletes (even music purchased in itunes) and corrupts when syncing (manually or otherwise), causing a "waiting for changes to be applied" delay lasting hours at times. This is the reason I purchased the iphone 5 in the first place, to have my music with me at all times and I am afraid that anytime I attempt to add music to my phone it will be deleted or corrupted, causing several hours of repair time (Apple Care has been no help, restoring my phone every time is not an option). I am really surprised more Apple related sites are not looking into this...you don't have to go very far to find proof of the problem, check Apple's own support community site to see how many people are having the same related problem. Ah, I feel better now...thanks for letting me vent! :)

I had the same issues as some of you guys.....missing files and such.I thought it was because I was using Norton 360 but apparently not? Anyways, I backed up my library just in case and uninstalled everything Apple on my hard drive (iTunes, Apple Software Updater, Apple whatever). Actually had the old mobile me control panel and other outdated stuff..... cleaned it up and installed iTunes fresh and it went on beautifully. AND RECOVERED MY LIBRARY instantly as if I'd never done a thing. Time consuming but worth it in the end. Good luck