I surmise that you're talking about InTags vs. My InTags. Two things to keep in mind:
1. InTags is designed to automatically refresh numbers. As such, disabling InTags for specific applications would be self-defeating. While anything is possible, this would be a monumental task. Therefore, we wouldn't recommend attempting such on your part. On our part, the way InTags works is not something that would not make sense for us to modify. InTags works the way it does by design.
2. Since it is easier to just say "close numbers" when you don't want numbers displayed in a specific application the KISS approach (i.e., using InTags the way it is designed) is our recommendation. On the other hand, if the InTag numbers cover something that you need to view, it is very simple to say "toggle" to temporarily suspend the display of the InTag numbers, which will automatically refresh after a short pause.
This is one case where Larry Allen's "Just because you can doesn't mean you should." applies.
Keep in mind that when you switch between InTags and overlays, VoiceComputer automatically closes InTags before opening overlays and automatically closes overlays when you switch back to InTags. By design we do not allow both to display simultaneously.
Also when Dragon closes can the numbers automatically close?
I don't understand your question. If you mean exiting Dragon, this needs to be done properly through the VoiceComputer Control Center, which automatically closes numbers. If you're referring to turning the microphone off, I would refer you to the response to your initial question. We do what we do with InTags and my InTags by design. If you exit Dragon properly through VoiceComputer, the numbers are automatically shut down. If you try to exit Dragon outside of the VoiceComputer Control Center, you're asking for trouble and possible disaster. Shutting down Dragon improperly leaves VP.exe open, even though inaccessible, and the numbers will continue to display, but the most significant consequence of improperly closing or exiting Dragon is that you may subject your entire system to a crash. In short, shut down everything properly the way it is designed. Otherwise, be prepared for your system to give you the Jimmy Carter World War III speech "G'd night ya on ya own".
I have created several overlays and named them. Can you confirm the exact command to display them. I have tried the following:
Show Overlay isn't Valid, just say the name that you gave to that overlay.