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Created On: 05/25/2020 03:03 AM
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 'spell' command   - Anandits - 05/25/2020 03:03 AM  
 'spell' command   - Edgar - 05/25/2020 09:34 AM  
 'spell' command   - dilligence - 05/25/2020 10:22 AM  
 'spell' command   - Anandits - 05/25/2020 11:55 AM  
 'spell' command   - Lunis Orcutt - 05/25/2020 05:57 PM  
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Anandits
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I might be overlooking it somewhere, but am looking for a simple command to force spelling inside a non-supportive dragon environment. Like in this forum! I want to be able to say 'spell t a p' to get 'tap'.  ( rather than getting "spell T AP" or something else – I don't want things capitalised and i don't want spaces). 

most likely the command  is somewhere, but I can't get it working. if this is not yet a no-brainer command, any tips for how to create one? 

 

 

 05/25/2020 09:34 AM
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I last grabbed the newest KnowBrainer Commands file on 4 May 2020; the commands you are looking for is "Spell…"

 42: <Command name="Spell <ica_complex>" group="KnowBrainer" enabled="true">

 53: <Command name="Spell <ica_complex> <ica_complex>" group="KnowBrainer" enabled="true">

 67: <Command name="Spell <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex>" group="KnowBrainer" enabled="true">

 84: <Command name="Spell <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex>" group="KnowBrainer" enabled="true">

104: <Command name="Spell <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex>" group="KnowBrainer" enabled="true">

127: <Command name="Spell <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex>" group="KnowBrainer" enabled="true">

153: <Command name="Spell <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex>" group="KnowBrainer" enabled="true">

182: <Command name="Spell <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex>" group="KnowBrainer" enabled="true">

214: <Command name="Spell <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex>" group="KnowBrainer" enabled="true">

249: <Command name="Spell <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex>" group="KnowBrainer" enabled="true">

287: <Command name="Spell <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex>" group="KnowBrainer" enabled="true">

328: <Command name="Spell <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex> <ica_complex>" group="KnowBrainer" enabled="true">

Open the KnowBrainer sidebar and look for the Global commands which start with "Spell"; there are 12 of them.


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 05/25/2020 10:22 AM
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Here's an alternative way of spelling in speech unfriendly applications for Speech Productivity users using the Dictation Box Tiny (you can use a similar approach with Notepad, but that's less elegant and less safe . Of course you need to have the "Spell commands bring up Spelling Window" enabled in Dragon Options. 

 

Double-click any existing SP DVC voice command in Command Browser, click "Create New" and make the following command application specific to "Microsoft Edge"

 

Spell

 

AppBringUp "C:\Program Files (x86)\Speech Productivity\dictation box tiny\Dictation Box.exe"

HeardWord "spell"

 

Make the following command application specific to "Dragon"

 

Apply

 

SendSystemKeys "{Enter}"

HeardWord "click","TRANSFER"

 

Here is a short DEMONSTRATION VIDEO



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Anandits
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Originally posted by: Edgar I last grabbed the newest KnowBrainer Commands file on 4 May 2020; the commands you are looking for is "Spell…"

thanks for that, I did look for 'spell' under global commands, but I couldn't find it – and still can't.

I have kb build 10.23.2019 - I must be outdated. 

 

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We changed the previous KnowBrainer global Spell <AllCapsAlphabet> to Code <AllCapsAlphabet> because we didn't want it to interfere with Dragon's spell<noCapsAlphabet>  command which handles lowercase spelling very nicely. However, when you are dictating a model number, serial number, automobile number etc. you want all capital letters and numbers. When you are spelling a word, you probably want lowercase.

We recommend installing KnowBrainer Commands Updater to get up and stay up-to-date



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