- This release automatically configures the Intags and our mouse commands to your computerâ€™s mouse settings (Primary button left, primary button right).
- Now you can configure Intags to turn off the automatic numbering of the Taskbar
- When your computer loses focus, this release will place focus on the left center of your screen. Alternatively, you can configure VoiceComputer to display an Intag grid or to turn off the Intags.
- This release makes it easy to configure the VC Microphone. â€œConfigure VoiceComputerâ€ > Training/Configuration for the VC Microphone.
- In addition to the old â€˜Toggleâ€™ command that turns the Intags on/off for a couple of seconds to let you view controls hidden by the Intags, this release adds â€˜Toggle for 10â€™ and â€˜Toggle for 20â€™. These commands let you turn off the Intags for 10 or 20 seconds, so you can issue other commands without interference from the Intags.
- Our new â€˜Toggle Overlayâ€™, â€˜Overlay for 10â€™, â€˜Overlay for 20â€™, and â€˜Click <1-10> on Overlayâ€™ commands, help you enjoy the accessibility provided by our Overlays as you control your applications with Intags. See, Section 3 in our â€œShow Overlay Lesson.â€
- We found an excellent, free, easy-to-use, free XML editor that makes it relatively easy to rename and edit VoiceComputer commands. You can download the editor from:
We updated much of our documentation and we're continuing to work on this.
Thank you, Ron, for the new features. It will take me a little time to play with these.
I think that I have a problem with the new program.
can you explain why you have introduced this feature of toggling the intags on the taskbar?Several users wanted the ability to turn the Intags on the taskbar off. One reason: recording the screen.
It sounds like you found a bug.
Yes, the “close Chrome processes” works as a command. Unfortunately, I can easily replicate the problem across all pages. It is easier here to talk about “brown intags” (belonging to the extension) and “red intags” (applied without the extension). The brown and red intags give different numbers for the same page locations. I have had both occurring together, but that is difficult to replicate. For sure, when I say “intag menu” the whole Google page populates with red intags.
Please email me (or post) a screenshot of this!
Before. Note appearance of the correct brown tags. Now go to page 2.
A second later after saying “intag menu”. Red intags replace the brown ones and reference numbers are different.
This might just require a change to the ‘Intag Menu’ command. I’ll work on this.
It is identical after a reboot.
I emailed you a file with a revised Intag Menu command.
Your fix, unfortunately, does not work. However, note that after saying “intag menu”, the focus is lost in the active Chrome window but can be recovered by saying “click” (then the brown intags re-populate). But as soon as a menu intag is called, the cursor moves to the number position and stays there, e.g. if 16 is go-back, the cursor moves to the go back key and remains there and does not return to the active window.
Can’t duplicate your problem but will keep trying. And, no other reports of this…
I can even get the red and brown intags appearing together using intag menu.