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Unfortunately, there are no versions of AnyLexic for Macs. Currently, we do not plan to develop such versions.
Unfortunately, due to security reasons, AnyLexic can not be run on a virtual machine.
Yes. You can add users and set their access to dictionaries and/or operations with dictionaries (adding, editing, deleting entries, and so on) on the "Server Settings > Users and access" page.
Some anti-viruses may wrongly recognize Themida as a virus. Themida is a protection system by Oreans Technologies used in AnyLexic. Here is the link to the Oreans Technologies web-site: http://www.oreans.com/ [http://www.oreans.com/]
AnyLexic can be successfully run on the following operating systems: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7. Unfortunately, AnyLexic does not support Unix and Linux.
You need to press the "+" button, that is next to the "search" button and an advanced search menu will appear, where you can choose the required direction of search.
Due to some specifics of the user inferface in the latest versions of Windows, you may not see the password field (see Picture 1). As a workaround, we would like to suggest you to perform the following steps: 1. Run AnyLexic 2.0 Server Administrator. ...