How to Use the MiniPlayer

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The MiniPlayer can vary in size, show­ing as lit­tle as the cur­rent track’s name, artist, and elapsed time. Put the pointer over the MiniPlayer (in any of its con­fig­u­ra­tions) to re­veal ad­di­tional con­trols. With those con­trols visible, click the el­lip­sis to re­veal com­mands re­lated to the cur­rent track, and to show or hide art­work and the Up Next play­back queue. Click the mag­ni­fy­ing glass (or press ç+F) to search for tracks – ei­ther in your li­brary or Ap­ple Music’s cat­a­log – to play im­me­di­ately or queue up for later. Click the bul­leted list to show or hide the queue, or drag the win­dow’s bot­tom edge down to re­veal al­bum art and then the queue. Drag up to hide them again in the re­verse or­der. Put the pointer over a re­sult from your li­brary and click the el­lip­sis for queue­ing op­tions. (Click­ing an Ap­ple Music item re­veals it in iTunes’ main win­dow.)

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