A new version is ready for download.
Well I took it on a test drive and it works for me.
Some users with DPI 14 and/or 15 can run into problems with InTags when launching Firefox.
One way of resolving this quickly is to, in Firefox, say "open new tab". Then, simply say the number associated with one of the thumbnails. Once that application or window opens, the InTag numbers will function properly.
To a certain extent, this is more frequent on or under Windows 7. However, it can also occur under Windows 10.
Part of the reason for this is the flakiness of Firefox.
If anyone is having a problem with this and the workaround above doesn't work for them, let us know. There are other ways of accomplishing this, but this is the simplest.
I would be happy to volunteer. However, I am not the sophisticated command creator, etc. as some on the forum are. I have trouble believing that the mirror doesn’t add pounds.
I should be able to find an easy way to get these commands working for. you as soon as I have time.
No, but the Chrome extension we’re releasing is the same as the beta that many of you have been using. (Once we have everything released, we’ll start working on upgrades.)
What will that command do? Also, I’m open to be a beta…
These are commands which we added as alternatives to the Dragon Dictation Box. They use notepad instead of the Dictation Box, but allow you to keep notepad open after you transfer your dictated text.
There are three commands with explanations as noted, if you have the latest version of VoiceComputer, by going to the "Show Global Commands | Show Section 9".
Each command has a different function. For example, Ron only notes the "Transfer Tab". There are also two other transfer commands. The one that most users will want to use is "Transfer Space". "Transfer Tab" adds a tab when you transfer the text. This particular one may not be that useful because it will only work if the text window into which you are transferring the text accepts tab commands. If it doesn't, there will be no tabs added. However, "Transfer Space" adds a space before the text being transferred to the text window to which you want to transfer the text. This prevents words running together between transfers.
What these basically allow you to do is to keep notepad open so that you can continue to dictate and transfer text. The main purpose of this feature is to provide alternatives to using the Dictation Box when Full Text Control (Select-and-Say) is not enabled for the text window into which you are dictating.The only caveat is that notepad only accepts plaintext. So, if you need bolding, underlining, italicizing, etc., then you may need to use the Dictation Box. Also, if you reset the font in notepad, it applies to all text. That is, you can't select a section of text and change the font size or style because it will globally change all the text in notepad.
Gary,</p><p>I see one major problem with KnowBrainer's "Transfer out" command. That is, KnowBrainer 2017's command can be flaky if the focus is set right initially. When that occurs, the text that you dictate into Notepad is copied to the clipboard, but it may not be transferred to the application window.</p><p>We have an additional command "Transfer stay" vs. KnowBrainer's Tab command at the end of the script which works properly if you are working in the template. However, if you use "Transfer out" in KnowBrainer, then you have to start all over again from scratch and make sure that the focus is correct. We prefer to keep Notepad open so that when you use "Transfer stay" in a template or an EMR/EHR, it keeps notepad open and moves to the next field |Tab. KnowBrainer's transfer commands are too complex under certain conditions.</p><div> <img src="http://forum.voicecomputer.com/uploads/7/VoiceComputer_transfer_commands_2017-01-29_19-28-39.jpg" height="290" width="691" border="0" /></div><div> </div><div> Note that there is an error in the explanation for "Transfer tab". It should be "The Transfer back commandâ€¦" should read "The transfer tab commandâ€¦"</div> <edited><editID>Chucker</editID><editDate>2017-01-29 17:36:17</editDate></edited>
We’re still testing the new command and will be improving.
Can I be a beta candidate? I especially want to test the transfer feature.
Just FYI, were working on an issue that relates to Windows 7 where the transfer commands are currently not working correctly.
If you try them and you're running Windows 7 64-bit, which I think many still are at this point if they're not running Windows 10, just be advised that this can be a potential problem for Windows 7 64-bit users. They do copy the text to the clipboard, but may not transfer the text to your application window. Hopefully, this will be fixed before we release this version.
Otherwise, there are no problems with Windows 10 and the transfer commands.Chucker2017-02-01 13:40:27
We have improved the transfer commands in the new release, 2.19. Check them out!
You should be able to use this as a template to create Max commands for any application.
Thank you Ron, that sounds promising!