#1
Hi
I just downloaded the album "Rage against the machine" on itunes. Is there any way to get rid of those little red boxes that appear next to the song names coz they r really annoying and none of my other songs have them coz i got them off CD's.
Thanks in advance
GEAR
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#3
the only way i know that would work would be to burn the songs to a cd, clear the versions you bought from your library, then import the cd. there might be some preferance you can change in itunes though.
Nerdo-sez-bo wrote:

Bon Jovi can just **** off really.

Life is one big question when your starin at the clock
And the answers always waiting at the liquor store, 40 oz to Freedom
#4
VICTORY IS MINE!!
once again i prevail over itunes.
There was a setting to change
GEAR
Legend LP
Nylon Acoustic
Legend 10D Amp
Korg AX3G

flickr
#5
okay, i figured out the real way.
edit>preferances>general tab(should be there automaticly)
go down to find the box "show content ratings in library" and uncheck it
Nerdo-sez-bo wrote:

Bon Jovi can just **** off really.

Life is one big question when your starin at the clock
And the answers always waiting at the liquor store, 40 oz to Freedom
#6
I don't know what the hell you're talking about. So there must be a way to get it off. Being as I have 10 000 songs(including that album) on my intunes and have never seen them.
#7
^Above posts are wrong. Just go to your Preferences and in the "General" tab uncheck "show content rating in library".

EDIT: Beaten to solution.
#8
Ok this is how you do it

go to the Preferences selection either under File in Windows or under iTunes on a Mac

then under the General tab there should be a check box that reads [ Show Content Ratings In Library] uncheck this box and those red [Explicit] labels will disappear

Also beaten to a solution
Last edited by ezimmerman89 at Jun 28, 2008,