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Topic Title: Advanced Scripting Commands
Topic Summary: Global Command containing an Application Command
Created On: 04/25/2020 06:01 PM
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 Advanced Scripting Commands   - cesmd40831@harlanonline.net - 04/25/2020 06:01 PM  
 Advanced Scripting Commands   - Lunis Orcutt - 04/26/2020 01:37 AM  
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On my desktop computer I have an Advanced Scripting Command that through Google Chrome via Citrix opens the local hospital’s electronic health record, EHR.  This Advanced Scripting Commands is saved as a “Global Command.”   If within this “Global Command” is it OK for it to contain an “Application (specific) Ccommand?   I would think it is OK… because by that point in the execution of the “Global Command it would have reached the specified application.

Carl



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 04/26/2020 01:37 AM
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Lunis Orcutt
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Your global command approach is really your only option since Dragon won't know what application you are using when going through Citrix. However, you will probably need to change your application-specific command to global or it will not be recognized.



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