I’m using version 12.75.0. I created a user using BestMatch V and the medium vocabulary as recommended by Dragon.when I attempt to import my commands, I get to the command “voice computer” and all that happens is voice computer is highlighted but there are no #numbered versions under it.
The problem with BestMatch V is with commands. VoiceComputer has a lot of commands that tends to slow BestMatch V down. However, there’s one thing you can try and let me know whether or not it works for you. Press and hold down the Shift key and then dictate. If the person that I was speaking to, who was responsible for the speech models development at Nuance is correct, and it seems to be the case in my testing, you should get pretty much instant display of text (i.e., speech to text). Regardless, when using VoiceComputer BestMatch IV is recommended until Nuance fixes the problem with commands in BestMatch V.
If there are no numbered automatic backups under the VoiceComputer folder then they went South or they’re located someplace else. If you want to, I can go online with you with TeamViewer so that I can see what’s going on. However, if this is your new system, then your automatic backups aren’t there. Regardless, let me know what if anything changed in terms of hardware, software installs, etc. Dragon doesn’t have anything to do with the import of VoiceComputer commands. It only has to do with the import of Dragon commands. Regardless, I’m not sure what you’re saying.
Pressing and holding the Shift key steps you into Dictation mode. In Dictation mode, whether you use the Shift key or you change to Dictation mode, correction is not available because commands are not available. On the other hand, Dictation Commands (those that are in the Vocabulary Editor) work because they are not “technically” commands. This is why Dictation Commands were done the way they were so that they could be used in Dictation mode. This also applies to VoiceComputer commands because in Dictation mode there is no command interpretation (VoiceComputer, Dragon, KnowBrainer, yada yada yada).
Bottom line, not odd at all. It’s the way Dragon was designed to work.Chucker2014-02-20 15:05:17
My Aunt Lucy did not raise me to not admit when I am wrong. Or, to avoid the double negative, Aunt Lucy raised me to admit when I was wrong.
One of my favorite sayings is:
A little bit of knowledge is dangerous. A lot of knowledge is just plain fatal.
I wouldn’t worry about it. There are enough times when I have opened my mouth just to change feet. It happens to the best of us.
Thank you, Chucker: