I’ll leave this up to Ron in that it should be possible.
However, keep in mind what Aesop said:
Be careful what you wish for. You may find that what you get is not what you expect, or what you want. - Aesop (620 BC - 700 BC modern interpretation)
That Is, it’s easier to break something trying to fix it. Sometimes you need to think in terms of “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
I’m not trying to be a party pooper here, but it’s so easy to simply say “show overlay” or “show overlay #”, where #= the number of the overlay that you want to open if you have multiple overlays for a particular application or window. It takes half a second.
Just playing devils advocate. My experience with application development is, and Dragon is a good example, the more features that you try to add, the greater the propensity for them not working properly or breaking something else.Chucker2013-05-23 08:27:59