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Topic Title: Macro for MouseGrid commands
Topic Summary: in DVC
Created On: 04/14/2017 02:02 PM
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 Macro for MouseGrid commands   - dilligence - 04/14/2017 02:02 PM  
 Macro for MouseGrid commands   - Lunis Orcutt - 04/14/2017 03:03 PM  
 Macro for MouseGrid commands   - dilligence - 04/14/2017 04:58 PM  
 Macro for MouseGrid commands   - MikeJ - 04/14/2017 09:50 PM  
 Macro for MouseGrid commands   - dilligence - 04/15/2017 06:34 AM  
 Macro for MouseGrid commands   - MikeJ - 04/15/2017 12:09 PM  
 Macro for MouseGrid commands   - dilligence - 04/15/2017 06:17 PM  
 Macro for MouseGrid commands   - Tomc - 01/12/2021 10:42 PM  
 Macro for MouseGrid commands   - dilligence - 01/13/2021 10:05 AM  
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For those who love DVC commands and still use the native mouse grid commands. I have rediscovered them completely since I found that mouse position commands don't always work reliably when an application has a child window in the foreground open while you want to approach a button or menu in the background window (DAWs for instance, and also some photo editing programs).

Previously I used macro recorder scripts for this but, apart from the fact that they take up a lot of space in the Command Browser, they also don't always work reliably.

 

Of course I don't use the MouseGrid to navigate but I only use it once to figure out the MouseGrid coordinates for a specific button or menu I want to click on:

mouse 1, 6,2,9 for instance.

 

To speed up the process of quickly creating a DVC command with these grid numbers I created the following commands (based on the KB Heard<number>Word Verbal Basic commands).

 

Heard1-5Grid(s)

The command: "Heard four Grids" , for instance, types out the following:

 

HeardWord "mouse","","","",""

ButtonClick 1,1

 

And places to cursor between the first empty quotes.

Following the above example you would then (in Dragon 15) only have to say:

 

one, right two, six, right two, two, right two, nine, right two

 

And save the command.

 

I could use a little help making these five separate commands into one list (DVC) command.

 

 

Rob

 



HWGrids.xml
HWGrids.xml  (4 KB)



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