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To make it easier to identify where libraries are located and whether they belong to the current project, libraries appear in the following order in the Clip Library box:
- First, libraries that you own and that belong to the current project appear.
- Secondly, libraries that you do not own and that belong to the current project appear.
- Thirdly, libraries belonging to other projects on the system to which you are connected appear.
- Lastly, libraries belonging to other projects on other systems appear.
All read-only libraries provide more information about their status in the Clip Library box and in the Library status bar.
(a) Current project libraries owned by Flare(b) Current project libraries not owned by Flare(c) Network library of another project on the system to which Flare is connected (d) Network library of another project on another system
have the ability to change access permissions of Flare
libraries, which are, by default, read-only to Flame
. If you are unable to modify media in a Flare
read-write library, the library may be locked by Flame