End User License Agreement for 'Livrot Mic Command'

by checking the 'I have read and accepted the licence terms' checkbox and clicking the 'continue' button, the user accept the following licence terms for the 'Livrot Mic Command' application:

The user may install the application up to three times per purchased license.
Each update resets this counter (three times again).

A hardware change of three components will render the license key file obsolete and the user must get a new license key file. A hardware change of two components and a fresh windows installation will render the license key file obsolete and the user must get a new license key file. The license key file can only be obtained by connecting the install target system to the internet and entering the users 'livrot.com-account-credentials' of an activated account with available licence (one of the three licenses per version must still be unused).

Example license use:
The user may install Livrot Mic Command on his desktop PC, his laptop and later on exchange his GFX card and make a motherboard BIOS upgrade plus exchanging the system drive and would in that case be able to still get a license (his third) to continue using LMC on his upgraded machine. A month later an update comes out and he would install the update on his desktop PC and laptop again and would have another license left over again for future hardware upgrades.

Livrot Mic Command comes without any warranty as far as applicable law permits. The application itself is completely harmless and does nothing without being invoked by the user. 'Invoked by the user' does include auto loading of a profile and performing eventually unwanted macro action through misinterpreted phrase recognition.

The user has to be aware of the danger which unwanted macro execution can imply. A macro test-drive panel has been included in the application to allow the user to carefully examine the actions of any macro in the list of commands before pressing the OK button in the editor and therefor before allowing execution of the macro. The user has to be aware that a macro could also be triggered by the hotkey of its command (if defined). This may happen even before pressing 'OK' in the editor because directly after loading all the hotkeys are activated.

Advise on how to handle profiles made by other users containing macros: Under settings -> hotkey -> 'global hotkey operations' the user can disable all the hotkeys of the application and list of commands - which is strongly recommanded directly after loading commandlists created by other users. After disabling all the hotkeys the user should save the profile under another name, exit and restart. The user can now reenable hotkeys before loading the changed profile where all hotkeys have been turned off. Now the LMC hotkeys 'pause' and 'stop' can be used for macro testing while all the profile hotkeys are turned off. If all the macros are ok and the hotkeys are well chosen he can reload the original downloaded profile or enable the hotkeys under settings -> hotkey -> 'global hotkey operations' again.

Until the user has a high success rate with speech recognition it is recommended to use macros only as hotkey triggered commands. Training of the speech recognizer should be well advanced before using speech recognition for macro triggering. Hotkeys for macro commands should be well chosen to avoid unwanted macro triggering.

The user alone is responsible for any damage resulting of his/her use of this application.