I am using version 12-51-2 of VC, Excel 2010 32 bit, Wind Pro 7 64 bit. When I say ‘left 4’ the focus moves eight cells. Every command to move left, right, up or down moves twice as far as I want.
You’re using an extremely fast processor that runs at twice the speed of anything I’ve ever seen
I can’t duplicate this.
Try the commands in Microsoft Word and other programs and try the Dragon commands: Move (up/down/left right> 1-20.
It’s not going any faster than it did a few weeks ago, when the commands worked perfectly.
I can’t duplicate this either in either Microsoft Excel 2010 or 2013.
When you issue the command in an Excel, what does the results box show?
What happens when you say “move right four”? Do you get the same results? Just trying to figure out where this is coming from.
Have you created or do you have any custom commands that you or someone else created that use the command name "right | left | up | down <1-##>. Keep in mind that legacy Dvc scripts and custom Advanced Scripting macros/commands take precedence over Natural Language Commands minimize.
It may be difficult to pin down, but even though the command name that shows up in the results box is correct, the command that it is executing may not be. That’s what we need to figure out.
If I may offer a suggestion.
Since you have alternative commands that work, let’s just wait until the next release and try again.
When it comes to computers, the perfect is always the enemy of the good.
They will drive you mad if you let them.
Chuck & Ron,
I’ve managed to duplicate your problem and I am going to communicate that to Ron. I’ll give you more feedback on it once I’ve had a chance to discuss it with him.
According to what I have discovered, you’re just lucky.
Try saying down 100 and you’ll find yourself ending up on cell 201.
We’re still looking at this.
You’re right Chuck,
Need to confirm this.
The VC command set is down 1-20, 30, 40, 50 (also up, left, right…)
All of these commands are doubling in Excel and only in Excel?
(Chuck’s Down 100 problem has to be one of his own commands, VC doesn’t have that command.)
I can’t duplicate this so I don’t have VoiceComputer configured the way you do.
What version of Excel are you using?
and, could you email a screen shot of VoiceComputer’s enable|disable screen?
Viv et al.,
This is just FYI to let everyone know that we seem to have solved the problem regarding moving cells in Excel.
Once we are absolutely certain that the problem is resolved, we will provide update.
New version of VoiceComputer, 12.54, fixes the doubling problem and can be downloaded from our site.