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Topic Title: v.11 in the Spelling Window, and the Save window of Word 2003, etc etc
Topic Summary: v.11 in the Spelling Window and the Save window of Word 2003 etc etc
Created On: 09/29/2010 03:18 PM
Status: Post and Reply
|- edmart||- 09/29/2010 03:18 PM|
09/29/2010 03:18 PM
I am posting far too frequently, sorry about that.............
In the Spelling Window, the KB command "Back <1-10>" is (for me) being recognised, but has no effect whatsoever. I have had to resort to "Backspace <1-10>. Any idea what's happening here, Lunis?
I am having about 15 seconds latency (having performed Lindsay's 'Answer to Prayer ', which seems in other respects to be working for me) in the Word 2003 Save window. I get the latency, then 'Please say that again', then what I asked for. Always in that order. And of course I had said nothing before the utterance which eventually appears, so the 'Please say that again' is totally 'false' - though I recognise that Dragon must have thought that I said something: I just didn't.
Obviously this may just be something funny on my system - but I offer it up to the Forum just to see if it chimes with the experience of anyone else - does it, please?
When I start Dragon 11 with KB 2010, by clicking on the KB icon, instead of the usual v.10 icon of the brain with the red diagonal coming up in the splash screen, I just get a splash screen with an all-overish pink. Anyone else had that? Lunis, any ideas? Does it signify I should try to reinstall KB? I have noticed nothing obvious that is not functioning - unless of course the behaviour[s] I am describing in this post are symptoms.
Finally in this miscellany, I think there is an improvement in square brackets. I think in v.10 you got this: [ Hello ]. In v.11 you seem to get [Hello]. Chuck, do you agree? Seems good news to me.
20:55:54 Info: multimedia device ID 0 name <Microphone (High Definition Aud>
20:55:56 LOG (Perf): DgnSAPI paused -> BeginUtt = 496 msec
20:55:58 SigQual[ uD 1813 | Nd 0 | sN 28 | cD 0 | wF 0x00 | aF 0x00 | dA 0.0  | sA 24.9  | Rt C ]
20:56:00 Scripting::ExecuteScript script 'SetMicrophone 0' failed (0x0)
20:56:01 Scripting::ExecuteScript script 'SetMicrophone 1' failed (0x0)
20:56:01 Info: multimedia device ID 0 name <Microphone (High Definition Aud>
20:56:36 LOG (Perf): DgnSAPI paused -> BeginUtt = 24741 msec
20:56:38 SigQual[ uD 2315 | Nd 0 | sN 27 | cD 0 | wF 0x00 | aF 0x00 | dA 0.0  | sA 24.9  | Rt D ]
20:56:38 VDCT: Handle Text Change
20:56:38 VDCT: exit HandleFormattingChange w/0
20:56:43 LOG (Perf): DgnSAPI paused -> BeginUtt = 5115 msec
20:56:44 SigQual[ uD 1272 | Nd 0 | sN 29 | cD 0 | wF 0x00 | aF 0x00 | dA 0.0  | sA 25.0  | Rt C ]
20:56:49 LOG (Perf): DgnSAPI paused -> BeginUtt = 5086 msec
20:56:52 SigQual[ uD 3517 | Nd 0 | sN 25 | cD 0 | wF 0x00 | aF 0x00 | dA 0.0  | sA 25.0  | Rt C ]
20:56:58 LOG (Perf): DgnSAPI paused -> BeginUtt = 5187 msec
20:56:59 SigQual[ uD 2094 | Nd 0 | sN 19 | cD 0 | wF 0x00 | aF 0x00 | dA 0.0  | sA 24.9  | Rt C ]
20:57:32 Warning: querying status for a nonexistent window
20:57:52 Final Termination of temporary instance
First, why did Dragon try to turn my microphone off and then on? I never asked it to.
Second, what is that 24741 msecond pause all about? I am unsure whether that is 2.4741 seconds or 24.741 seconds, but either way it seems a long time!
Third, I have now seen this non-existent window Warning several times. Is this all part of life and hard times? Do I expect it to turn up like the postman? On the face of it, it seems odd, but I need you techies to help me, if you would be so kind!
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