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Topic Title: Dragging and dropping in games
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Created On: 09/04/2022 01:00 PM
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 Dragging and dropping in games   - cdanger - 09/04/2022 01:00 PM  
 Dragging and dropping in games   - Ag - 09/04/2022 05:57 PM  
 Dragging and dropping in games   - dilligence - 09/05/2022 12:08 AM  
 Dragging and dropping in games   - cdanger - 09/05/2022 02:47 PM  
 Dragging and dropping in games   - cdanger - 09/05/2022 02:43 PM  
 Dragging and dropping in games   - Lunis Orcutt - 09/05/2022 01:58 PM  
 Dragging and dropping in games   - cdanger - 09/05/2022 02:57 PM  
 Dragging and dropping in games   - Lunis Orcutt - 09/05/2022 03:55 PM  
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I'm helping a user who is 100% reliant on voice. He's an avid gamer including Songs of Syx. He's extremely fast with DNS's Mouse Grid as he's learnt over the years the combinations for any spot on the screen, we've looked at Know Brainer's Display Numbers but he's actually faster and more comfortable using Mouse Grid.

However he's been struggling to use Mouse Grid to pick up items and drag them in games, which requires holding down the left mouse button and sometimes the shift key as well. We tried an additional script for Know Brainer which uses the command "She" and "Shah" to hold down and release the button but it's not working reliably. I've searched the forums for this script but can't find it right now.

He can use the standard Mouse Move commands in Dragon but he find this labourious and often misses his target which is very frustrating. We've been trying eye-gaze too but we can't get a good enough accuracy.

Any advice for this young man?

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