I have added a tag to a folder containing 70 jpg files and can see all of the files when I say ‘List 14’, but cannot work out how to open one of the files. ‘Display tag 2’ is interpreted as ‘Display tag to’, or ‘Display text to’. ‘Open tag 2’ and ‘Click tag 2’ do not work either, with Dragon asking me to say that again. ‘Show List Help’ used to work, but gave me no clues as to what I need to do, and now does not even open. The only way I have been able to open the file I want to work on is to use the mouse.
“open tag 2” and/or “click tag 2” are not valid VoiceComputer commands.
Although you can tag a folder so that it shows up in your “my favorites”, the “show my favorites” simply shows that you created a tag for your folder. The “display tag” command only works if you bookmark and save the tag by virtue of having given it a name (command name) in the tag wizard.
For example, I have a folder where I keep your Dragon logs which is labeled “Viv”. If I simply tag it without using the bookmark and save command in the tag wizard, then it simply listed in “My Favorites” as of folder and I open it by saying “list #”, where # is the number assigned to that folder. In that case, or you can do is to use the commands that are listed at the bottom of the “show My Favorites” list.
If you want to tag a particular file or a folder such that you can open it with the “display tag” command, then you have to bookmark it. In this case you go to the location of that folder and you say “tag #” where # is the number assigned to that folder. You will get the tag wizard as shown below:
Once you give it a name then you can say “display tag Viv” as shown in this example and it will open up that folder with all of your JPEG files listed. However, it’s better to tag a file vs. a folder so that you can open that file by simply saying "display tag ". You can also position it anywhere that you want using the positioning commands (i.e., right | left | upper right | lower right | upper left | lower left | top | bottom | center etc.). In other words, I could say in this case “display tag Viv right”.
If you need any additional help, just let me know.
Have you tried saying “click one oh three”. Every user is different. Therefore every user profile is different in terms of what it will recognize and what it won’t. You are most likely to get a proper response relative to numbers by saying the digits vs. saying “click one hundred and three”.
Forget "click". It's not a VoiceComputer command. "Click" is a Dragon command and it doesn't work in VoiceComputer.
If you want to see the commands that are available in all list dialogs, then say "show list help". Otherwise, the only commands that are available in any of the VP list dialogs are those listed at the bottom.
Regardless, if you are using the proper commands and you're still not getting the correct results, then the problem is one of misrecognition, not the failure of VoiceComputer commands. All legitimate and valid VoiceComputer commands are virtually 100% reliable. If you're not getting the correct result, then you're not using the correct command(s).
VoiceComputer doesn't leave you hanging without demonstrations of features, lessons, or help on particular commands. Make use of the VoiceComputer help features. For example Say "show demonstrations" or "show VoiceComputer demonstrations. In the VoiceComputer demos under "Files and folders" you will find all of the demos that relate to the problems that you're having, as well as how to properly use these features.Chucker2013-04-20 06:00:21
We’ve have continued to work on Show Numbers. We’ll have a beta within a few days and will clarify the commands. It will take a few extra days to revise our demonstrations.
I apologize if you misunderstood me. That’s my mistake. However, I assumed that we were on topic which is about show my favorites or show my documents etc. In that context, click is not a valid command. Of course it’s valid in Display Numbers and Super Numbers. But that’s not what we were talking about.
No need to apologize. One of the difficulties with speech recognition is that it's more difficult to communicate in writing than it is to talk to somebody face-to-face or over the phone. I was just concentrating on one feature in which the "click" commands are not applicable.
Nevertheless, if you review the demos that I referred to, and take a look at the commands available for each feature, it gives you a very good idea of how to use each effectively.