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Hidden functionality is built into iTunes that allows songs to be rated on a scale of 0 to 100 instead of just 0 to 5.
Hidden functionality is built into iTunes that allows songs to be rated on a scale of 0 to 100 instead of just 0 to 5. In fact, a * rating is really 20, a ** rating is really 40, a *** rating is really 60, a **** rating is really 80, and a ***** rating is really 100.
With HiRate, you can take advantage of this functionality to improve your iTunes ratings. Perhaps you have a song that you rated four-star, but like a bit better than your other four-star songs.
Using HiRate, you can raise the rating to 81. It will still show up in iTunes as a four-star song, but you'll see it at the top of your four-star songs when sorting by rating.
Most unimportant UI elements are smaller
The Quick Rating text has been removed
The heading for numeric equivalents is gone now
Added an "Album" field.
Changed the documentation to reflect changes and clarify a few issues.
All references to 1.0b1 or 1.0b2 (?!) should now be changed to 1.0.
Added an Easter Egg. :-)
Title, Artist, and Album fields are now selectable, so you can copy the text.
HiRate is 1.0 now, so nobody needs to worry about downloading a beta.
Fixed a silly bug that wouldn't let you close the about box with Command-W
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