In your help pages for ‘Show Chrome Commands’ it says "you can open the extension by saying ‘super numbers’ or by pressing the alt + "’"key (key with the ‘~’. I presume that this is for the US keyboard as on the UK keyboard the ‘~’ is above the ‘#’, and this is the key to press.
The voice commands to display the numbers in Google Chrome are:
(1) Say “show numbers”
(2) Say “show chrome numbers”
(3) To number anything above the webpage in the menu/address bar, say “show menu numbers”
Addendum: Viv, if you use the alt key plus the key on the UK keyboard that contains the “~”, does this work for you? Just curious.
Also, anyone who is using DNS 13 and Google Chrome may run into a problem with Gmail. DNS 13 adds a brand-new Web Extension. It may or may not be the case, but it seems as though the Dragon Web Extension Re: Gmail creates a conflict with Chrome numbers assigned to the “Compose” button. Because DNS 13 with the new Web Extension makes Google Chrome and Firefox Full Text Control (Select-and-Say) enabled, our Chrome extension and the Dragon Web Extension may be beating each other up. I say this because saying the number assigned to the “Compose” button doesn’t seem to want to execute, but the Dragon command in DNS 13 for “Click Compose” does work. Just a point of note.Chucker2014-08-11 08:30:41