@q-stankovic, culinko and Dexter_prog:I agree that the new behaviour is somewhat confusing in that it doesn't always 'prefer synced' if you've told it to. Incidentally it wasn't intended to be local lyrics, it was just to force the associations to load with an unsynced lyric if the user so desired.Associations are overwritten everytime you play a track, so if you save a new lyric for a given track it will remember and display that lyric the next time you play the song. So you don't need to able to add/edit associations, it does it for you.I'll probably add a checkbox asking whether the user wants to force associations lyrics to display. The problem with this is I don't think most users really understand what the associations do - I'm open to better and simpler suggestions.
... of course you can manually search for better lyrics and remove the entry from the list if you find a better lyrics
2. you have a second list with online sources ( f.e. to add and remove by context menu to/from this list). This list is searched only if no local lyrics are found. Here the prefer-option ("prefer synced", "prefer unsynced", ...) is applied.
I don't know how to solve the "acoustic"/"live"/etc thingy, but as I suspected, now that we have new stamped lyrics sources, new ones were found. I had to delete most of my unsync'd saved lyrics just for it to search again automatically and save the sync'd ones (else I would had have to manually check 60 songs (that's for only one band).I guess an option would be to disable fuzzy search, so that "Song (live)" tags produce no results instead of finding lyrics for "Song".
Install via the preferences>Components page. Simple copy to a components folder was many versions ago.
Oh really? Well simple copying is still working for me. I use tens of components and have never used preferences>Components to install them
You're right: it should not depend on the format and it does not. The search parameters can be found in preferences (Lyrics Searching tab). By default this is artist and title (with fallback to filname). So your problem might be caused by wrong or missing tags. Or there are simply no lyrics available for the tracks you tested.You also have the option to do a manual search in the context menu (right-click on the Lyrics Show Panel). Did you try this yet?
They now reside in individual named folders within a user-component directory
Fine, your's is bigger than mine. How does anything you have stated helped the poster