"What did the command do? I don’t remember it."
The user hasn’t replied. (Delete tag still works in Overlays.)
I apologize for not replying earlier, I spent a few days in the hospital and I'm just getting back to reviewing this.
I wish there was a command to turn off the Intags on the taskbar where you do not have to restart speech to turn them off and back on. Similar to the old "Intag taskbar" command only have it toggle the taskbar Intags on and off. Maybe think about that for your next release?
The "delete Intag" command would delete the file/email that was being tagged. For instance if I had "Windows Explorer" open and there were a bunch of files being listed & tagged I could say "delete 36" and it would delete the file that was tagged 36. It worked the same way in my Outlook 2016, I could say "delete Intag #" and it would delete the email that was tagged with that number. I used this command quite frequently and really miss it.
I would also be interested in a feature that would turn off intag’s on the taskbar easily. It would allow me to easily watch video in fullscreen without the intag showing which would be nice.
Thanks speech1965, which one of the displaynumbers.xml’s am I supposed to backup & edit? I have two, they are in the following libraries:
C:Program Files (x86)VoiceTeachVoiceComputerconfigVoiceComputerCommandsCustom
C:Program Files (x86)VoiceTeachVoiceComputerhelpVC_FilesCustom_files
They are both currently the same size, 69kB.<div><br></div><div> Thanks again for your help! <img src="smileys/smiley1.gif" border="0" alt="Smile" title="Smile" /></div>
It’s actually the one in Program Data:
I finally tried your script, and unfortunately it did not work. I copied and placed the XML file where you said and restarted voicecomputer. I tried using it both with Windows Explorer and Outlook 2016 and it would not delete the line with the intag #.
Hmm, that’s odd. The delete command is mostly meant for the Desktop or Windows Explorer but it should also work in the message header sections of Thunderbird/Outlook etc…I created a video for those who want to add their own custom Intag/ MyIntags commands by editing the VC XMLs. Maybe you want to check it out to see if you missed anything?