just a little hint
when installing heidi. its risky. because there is no telling
what may compermize or replace whats in the users system. insted.
the heidi install should be able to not install somthing that is allready there
and should have all versions that decide by way of the if exist next.
then the next till install finds whats not there and installs it.
and most importaint..... that what it installs does not become priority
over whats in the users system... like i had my system security
on max. and thats a lot in windows 8.1. i had to system restore
to fix errors. like numbering rows wrong. and unable to write.
in mysql.. and now heidi works perfectly as well as mysql server structure