Lime Music Notation Software for Windows
Lime was written by Lippold Haken and Dorothea Blostein. Lime was ported to Windows by Paul Christensen and Lippold Haken.
These are the machine requirements for running Windows Lime:
- Windows2000 or later, including Windows 10 (for earlier systems, the older version 9.05 is needed)
- 32 Mbytes or more of memory
- 15 Mbytes of disk space
- Adobe Acrobat Reader (to read Lime's PDF documentation)
- MIDI keyboard is recommended (Windows 2000 or later incudes a built-in synthesizer)
To install Lime for Windows:
- Download LimeInstall916.exe to your hard drive (4060 kbytes). This is a self-extracting archive containing Windows Lime.
- Expand LimeInstall916.exe by double-clicking on its icon. On Vista or later you will be asked whether you want to make changes to the disk; click the 'yes' button.
- If you are not an administrator, you may be asked for a password; you do NOT need to enter one, unless you specify a system directory to expand to.
- After this step, you will have a folder LimeŠ9.16 containing the Lime program, the Lime manual, and Lime's associated folders, fonts, and files.
- If you have administration permissions, You may want to copy this folder to C:\Program Files (x86) or equivalent.
- If you previously had Lime installed, you may need to restart your computer and then run Lime for the new Lime fonts to take effect.
On Windows and Mac OSX, Basic Lime may be used free of charge. Donations are welcome and go towards the development of facilities for Low Vision and Blind musicians.
We encourage you to distribute Lime. Please distribute the complete and unaltered Lime folder which you can download from here.
There have been 71619 Windows Lime downloads from this web site since November 2000.
Send electronic mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Please Donate to the Development of Lime for the Blind and Partially Sighted, if you use it regularly.
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