· the Component Manager that determines which components are contained in what library and
saves respective paths to these libraries
· the Service Manager that administers the licenses and sets up the service account
· the Lyrics Recorder that saves all lyrics changing actions of all editors by copying the current
stage of lyrics into a database. Essentially it is like an ‚infinite‘ UNDO function
· a small Lyrics Editor able to import rtf texts to allow already existing lyrics in LyriCreator to be
loaded and reworked
· a variety of tutorial videos that can be accessed via the start menu.
Of course it does. However, please note that administrator rights are always required for installation of any software.
Prior to executing the installation, it must have been decided which user account will make use of LyriCreator in the future.
The installation will be executed for this account.
The reason for this can be found here
Procedure for Windows 7 and Windows 8
Assuming you have an administrator account and a limited user account with LyriCreator to be used on the limited user account, then please ensure that the file SetupLyriCreator.exe is saved in a folder of the limited user account. This may be for instance the folder …/user name/downloads or …/user name/documents is fine also.
Simply double click the file SetupLyriCreator.exe to execute the installation. During the installation process the administrator’s password will be requested.
No problem at all. Nonetheless, you should know that the LyriCreator components are preset to be administered on the user account and depending on the number of utilized components may take up a few hundred megabytes of memory.
If you wish to make use of LyriCreator on numerous user accounts on one computer and save memory, you will be able to copy all components into one library (= Windows folder) in a public folder. The Component Manager of the Reader offers a simple function to administer the library, this is where the path to the components within a public folder can be set and saved. Turning this into the standard library, it will be used automatically when starting the Reader.
However, the Reader must be installed on each user account though only requires little memory in comparison to the components.
You'll find info in Menu Page List Title Component Update or here