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Topic Title: Could use some help with Regular List + Open Ended List command
Topic Summary: For the upcoming Auto Box© public demo
Created On: 10/11/2021 09:23 PM
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I'm releasing a public Auto Box© demo in a couple weeks and I'm adding an optional "pseudo" Auto-Launching DVC list command.


The sample command is <dear> <dictation> .

For example saying "Dear Marie" will launch Auto Box© with the contents "Dear Marie". This is purely meant to be used as a starting point for writing a new email header/body, or starting a new paragraph in speech unfriendly Office application for instance.


This is the command (for testing purposes you can replace the program path with C:\Windows\notepad.exe):


<dear> <dictation>


If _arg1 = "Dear" then AppBringUp "C:\Program Files (x86)\Auto Box Demo\Auto Box.exe"

Wait 300

SendKeys "Dear " 

SendKeys _arg2 

SendKeys "{Home}"

Wait 100

HeardWord "\cap","that"

Wait 100

SendKeys "{Ctrl+End}"

Wait 100

SendKeys ","


Depending on general system specs I may need to add more latency.


However, what I want to do is add more arguments to the first list so that the user has a bunch of words to choose from (or add his own). That usually works in DVC as long as it's just one scripting line. But in this case any new argument I add will keep on following the events in the remaining nine script lines including line 3: SendKeys "Dear" .


Does anyone know how to accomplish this? Preferably in DVC. If it's not possible in DVC then I'll settle for Advanced Scripting .


Here's a short video example of the command in action:


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