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Where to find LyricWiki add-on

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Where to find LyricWiki add-on

Postby iobi » Fri Apr 13, 2018 3:40 am

Hi, I need one simple information:
SoundsGood use only the LyricWikia add-on to find the songs lyric, but my version (1.0.0) have some limits:
The add-on say me:
"LyricWiki it's an add-on with copyright restrictions. It will only show a limited number of texts"

I want a full version of that plug-in, does it exist or not?
Where can I find it?

Searcing on google I find only some versions for Synology (useless I think for the architecture), the extension il *.aum and Asustor need *.lpm.

Thanks for the attention!
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Re: Where to find LyricWiki add-on

Postby iobi » Fri Apr 27, 2018 5:49 pm

No one has information about it?
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Re: Where to find LyricWiki add-on

Postby MikeG.6.5 » Sat Apr 28, 2018 3:31 am

According to here: https://github.com/enricobacis/lyricwikia The service has been discontinued. So, I doubt seriously if there is a version out now that can work on more than public domain lyrics.

BTW, I just did a simple google search for that link. It was one of the first ones that popped up in the list. Looking at a few other links it seems the site has disabled its API, which is how the LyricWiki app made the calls to find your lyrics. Since the API is no longer functional, there's no way to make those calls, so no way to get the lyrics other than by hand searching. (For my library, it would take me several months or more to get them all with that method.)

SoundsGood is an OK app for a home grown app from Asustor. If you want a more robust streaming app, though, check into Plex Media Server. If you subscribe to the Plex Pass, lyrics are automatic on the "premium" music libraries. (And can be displayed on your TV, Tablet or smart phone.)
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