I cannot remember whether Dragon has a set of native commands for Window placement.
Your instructions tell me that I can reactivate your archived commands. How do I do this, please?VoiceComputer’s command files are located in the following directory:C:ProgramDataVoiceTeachVoiceComputerCommandsCustomThe commands you want are in the positioncmds.xml file.It’s best to open the positioncmds.xml file in an xml editor. (Some are free, others have a 30-day trial.)and look for “Commented out commands”.You’ll notice that there are some commands between<!–" (which ends the commented out commands).Copy the following command from the commented out section and copy it before the commented out section (which begins with “<!–”)<![CDATA[ ]]>Save the file and the commands you want will be enabled.(Place window/program top left, upper left, bottom left, lower right, etc.)Or, just upload this file (right click on the link and save as)and copy over the existing file in theC:ProgramDataVoiceTeachVoiceComputerCommandsCustom directory
Thank you, Ron, for taking the time out to post this carefully.
Just a minor problem, Ron. This work for quadrants two, three and four, but not one (i.e.upper right.)
Place program upper right is a valid command and works for me.
Edit. Sorry, it must be a problem with my system. Today, I get quadrants 1, 2 and 3 but not 4, i.e. the non-responding quadrant has changed. Anyway, it is still very useful even as it is. Regards, StephenNimbargent2018-09-29 01:52:17
I have spent quite some time working on this. I tried all of the variations of the command. One day I couldn’t get the first quadrant to work, then another day I couldn’t get the fourth quadrant to work.
It’s good that you got it working but that took much too long.
Thank you, Ron. I very much look forward to your new version and especially to the command edit facility.
It makes so much more sense to work on one huge UHD screen than working across two screens (especially when legal documents). I do hope that your new version will include these valuable window placement commands. Once the awkward names are replaced by simple commands like “Quadrant One”, Centre-it, it works superbly. It is a shame that you removed the good stuff. Nimbargent2018-10-23 09:57:21
Actually, what makes sense is what is important to each individual user. We disabled these commands because, at the time, most of our users weren’t using them and it made more sense to minimize the number of commands.
Nevertheless, it does make more sense using large monitors with high resolution video displays. I hope that you understand that we can’t be all things to all users, all the time. Otherwise, VoiceComputer would become nothing but one big bloated add-on. We try to keep it as trim as possible.
Thank you, Chucker, for you view on this.