Talking about legal. Here in UK they have been sending out inspectors to the workplace to see if music is being played (Including radio) for the benefit of staff. If you have 4 or more employee’s it’s not legal unless you pay for a licence.:X
Get a life!
There’s some scripts that can be installed and do the lyrics job…Since Lyrics-wiki was built in you cannot remove it.
Over here in the Netherlands it goes like this: I work from home, have my own company. If I listen to music bought as a private person while working, I have to pay duties. If I buy a music CD for my company, in fact I’m not allowed to play it as a private person, and still have to pay duties when I play it when working.
caf4926 said: Get a life!
Got one from Schiermonnikoog, Netherlands !! Only 45 km away from here.
You can disable lyricwiki and use another lyrics manager.
Click tools, then Script Manager. Click Get More Scripts. There should be another lyrics manager in there ( can’t check now as I’m at work and they have free software downloading blocked). Then just disable lyricwiki in the Script Manager and also in the new lyrics manager.
>This is what I get instead :
>> Unfortunately, due to licensing restrictions from some of the major
>> music publishers we can no longer return lyrics through the LyricWiki
>> API (where this application gets some or all of its lyrics).
>> The lyrics for this song can be found at the following URL:
>> ‘Tori Amos - Seaside - Lyrics from LyricWiki’
>> (Please note: this is not the fault of the developer who created this
>> application, but is a restriction imposed by the music publishers
Welcome to odd world. I used to work for her uncle. He seemed to be
fond of her.