Thanks to your feedback, we added some new features that will allow you to integrate better with the new FrostWire library as well as with iTunes.
Now when a transfer has finished, if it contains any audio files, 2 new options are available on right click:
FrostWire will no longer by default automatically send audio files to iTunes, now you get to do it only if you want, many users were complaining about the default process which was creating duplicate listings inside iTunes, This way you have more control.
You can also send files to iTunes from the Library.
Also, there’s that second option there to add to playlist, straight from your finished download. You’ll be able to add to a new playlist or to append the new audio files to an existing playlist.
There’s a lot more fixes we did for this beta release, here is the full changelog:
frostwire (5.2.2) stable; urgency=high * Library tables are now cached in memory, searches are done in the cache speeding up the experience considerably for users with several thousand files. * Create or add audio files to a playlist right from the Transfer manager. * iTunes importing after audio transfers finish turned off by default. * Completed transfers that contain at least one audio file can be sent to iTunes from the Transfer manager. * Audio status component recognizes an Audio Stream, from an Audio file from an internet stream url. Clicking on it will take you to the Android Tab if it's an android stream or to the Library otherwise. * Fixes issues with download mediator refresh. * Fixes out of memory error. * Real time UI feedback as audio files are being imported into playlist. * F5, Cmd+R or Ctrl+R will refresh the current Library table. -- FrostWire Team Mon, 10 Oct 2011 18:03:10 -0500