In most cases yes. Please go to the Format Conversion help doc for more information.
This is correct. If you tap the screen it will start automation and tapping again will pause it.
No it will not. The Word Doc and PDF file formats can include images within the files and Lyric Pad is unable to display images within it's lyric display.
This is typically due to long lines of text wrapping on the screen making the displayed text span multiple lines. This throws off the calculation for the scripted events. Try making your lines shorted or use a smaller font to alleviate this issue.
The free version is not designed for ongoing use. It is only designed for users to be able to test Lyric Pad out prior to purchase. If you like the app and use it regularly then consider spending the few dollars it costs to buy it. Lets face it, your music stand costs more than Lyric Pad ever will. :)
Lyric Pad searches an online database for the data you have requested. If you are entering long data string lengths try entering short data. Sometimes less is more.
Lyric Pad has no control over what is in the Lyrdb database. You should contact the staff at Lyrdb for support in this regard.
Lyric Pad does not have a database of lyrics. Lyric Pad accesses other online databases for its information.
Lyric Pad gets this information from the musiscbrainz database and its lyrics from the lyrdb database. Sometimes this means that although lyrics are returned there is no match for song details.
Lyric Pad gets its lyrics from a number of online databases and its song information from the musicbrainz database.
The Android operating system has very strict permissions on what 3rd party applications are able to do and this is especially so when it comes to editing file data on the device. Because of this Lyric Pad can only edit data in your device's External Storage. Make sure that your lyric files are stored in your external storage to be able to take advantage of the file management facilities in Lyric Pad. (Note: Some devices have two external storage areas but only one will be considered the usable external storage area by Android)
Android is a very strict operating system and will only allow Lyric Pad read / write access in "External Data" areas. These areas are different depending on the particular android device you are using but are generally the "sdcard" areas. It should be noted that on most android devices the "internal storage" is considered to be an sdcard by the file system. The lyric Pad folders will need to be in areas of the file system where read / write access is available to operate correctly.
This generally occurs due to a couple of simple reasons:
Lyric Pad files are saved in UNIX format which is slightly different to windows format text files. The easiest way to edit on a PC is to use a UNIX format text editor such as textpad in lieu of the windows notepad.
For characters to line up correctly you should be viewing your lyrics using a monospaced font. This is a font where every character has the smae width allowing you to line up the text correctly.
Make sure that you are using a monospaced font in xxxx program (such as Courier). This way everythign will line up correctly when it is viewed with a monospaced font in Lyric Pad. Otherwise every character will have a different width and will be very difficult to line up.