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Installing LiveWorship Windows 2000/XP

(Related Topics: Removing Liveworship, Installing LiveWorship for Macintosh)

Win XP SP2 users: You may see a Windows “Security Warning” dialog box warning you that “The publisher could not be verified. Are you sure you want to run this software?” The publisher may be listed as: “Unknown Publisher”. Windows XP Service Pack 2 verifies the authenticity of files downloaded from the web by checking that they have a digital signature attached. Live Worship does NOT have a digital signature.

FULL INSTALL: Double-click on the .exe installer icon and follow the directions.

UPDATED APPLICATION: If you are only downloading an update, you would have needed to have a previously installed full version of LiveWorship. To install the updated application, double-click on the .exe installer icon and follow the directions.

NOTE: Requires installation of Apple's latest QuickTime release

Windows Font Smoothing
(Improved font display quality in Windows is turned off by default)

Right-click on your Desktop (not on an icon, but in a blank area) and select Properties
Select the Appearance tab and press the Effects button
Select the checkbox to Smooth Edges
Windows XP: There is a drop down box to choose ClearType enhanced font smoothing
Apply the new settings and close the "Appearance" window

QuickTime Settings
(Improves text display)

In the Start Menu, select Control Panel
In the Control Panel window, open the QuickTime control panel
Under the Advanced tab, select "Safe mode (GDI only)" in the Video section

Enabling Screen 2

Right-click on your Desktop (do not click on an icon, but in a blank area)

In Windows XP, select "Properties" and then select the Settings tab
In Windows Vista, select "Personalize" and then select "Display Properties"
(You can also change the display settings in Vista by going through the Control Panel.
Click Start, then Control Panel, click on the Personalization icon (in the Classic view). If you are not using the Classic view, under the Appearance and Personalization heading, select Adjust Screen Resolution.)

When your second monitor ( or projector ) is plugged in, you should see two desktops labeled "1" and "2"
Click on the box labled number 2
Select the checkbox "Extend my Windows Desktop onto this Monitor" (by default, this box is not checked)
Apply the new settings and close the "Display Preferences" window

If you do not have the ability to connect a second display, versions 1.3+ adds the ability to present on the primary screen although you will not be able to see the control interface (it will be covered up by the presentation). You will have to use the keyboard to control the presentation or press ESC to end the presentation. See displaying a presentation for more information.

For maximum performance, we recommend setting the resolution of Screen 2 to 800x600 pixels. You will also need to make sure that this setting is also set inside LiveWorship's Size Preference.

If you are having difficulties, see our troubleshooting page for more directions.

Removing LiveWorship

LiveWorship Folder

A LiveWorship folder that contains the LiveWorship application, Media Library folder and Help folder is stored in these default locations:

Macintosh: Inside the Applications folder, located main level of the Startup drive
Windows: Inside the Program Files folder, located on the C: drive

Config File

In Versions 1.2 (and prior), once the program has been launched, a file named "LiveWorship.conf" is created inside the LiveWorship folder that contains the user settings.

In Versions 1.2.17 - 1.3.16, once the program has been launched, a file named "LiveWorship.conf" is created inside the user's folder that contains the user settings.

In Versions 1.3.26+, once the program has been launched, a file named "LiveWorship0103xx.conf" is created inside the user's folder that contains the user settings.

On Macintosh computers, this file is stored at:
Users/<user name>/Library/Preferences/LiveWorship Settings

On Windows 2000/XP, this file is stored at:
C:\Documents and Settings\<user name>\Application Data\LiveWorship Settings

On Windows Vista, this file is stored at:
C:\Documents and Settings\<user name>\App Data\Roaming\LiveWorship Settings OR
C:\Users\<user name>\App Data\\LiveWorship Settings

NOTE: On Windows, this file is stored in a folder (Application/App Data) that is "hidden" from normal users. To find this file, you would need to activate the ability to view "hidden files and folders". To do this:

To display hidden files and folders in Windows XP/Vista:

1. Open Folder Options in Control Panel.
• Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
• Click Appearance and Themes, and then click Folder Options.
2. On the View tab, under Hidden files and folders, click Show hidden files and folders.

You can also search for this file but you will need to enable "show hidden files and folders" under the Advanced Search features.
On Vista, try holding the Windows key on your keyboard and pressing R then entering "%appdata%" (minus the quotations, of course) to open the app data folder.

 

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