I have released version 1.9 of Memory Serves.
The main improvements in this version are the ability to set user preferences, and specify the port to run Memory Serves on. There are also several bug fixes and performance enhancements.
To specify the Memory Serves port, either edit the “setup.cfg” file in the Memory Serves data folder (the “program data” folder or “local app data” folder, depending on whether you installed it for everyone or just yourself), or use the “
--port” command-line argument. For example, to run Memory Serves on port “1234”, you could do this:
Most of the user permission settings will not be very useful until the next version of Felix is released supporting logins, but you can use this to control access to the Web interface now.