requiring click before intag deploys

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Yes. Everything can be customized in the xml files. And, you can create custom commands.


Look for
“click <1to300cf>” in the displaynumbers.xml file
located in the
C:ProgramDataVoiceTeachVoiceComputerCommandsCustom
directory

and then delete the next macro for

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You have to be careful to delete from through because if you leave extra characters or delete to much (a syntax error) VoiceComputer will crash and won’t open until you correct the error.
There are many xml editors on the market that identify syntax errors.

Bu. it might be best that Chuck do this for you.