KnowBrainer Speech Recognition
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Topic Title: Understanding text & Graphics Commands
Topic Summary: I could use a little more help.
Created On: 07/22/2021 12:36 PM
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 Understanding text & Graphics Commands   - teehiett - 07/22/2021 12:36 PM  
 Understanding text & Graphics Commands   - Lunis Orcutt - 07/22/2021 01:46 PM  
 07/22/2021 12:36 PM
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I am return to using KnowBrainer more in a project I'm working on and I need to create custom text and graphics commands. My version of KnowBrainer is 4.51 . I used the KnowBrainer User Manual dated 05-16-2021 and followed the instructions on page 37 to create the "I Know Nothing" command. The program created the desired command which works fine but I have a comment and request.

Where is the command stored? It took me a while to figure this out but I think it would have been great help to me if you had used the words Command Browser in 3f on page 37.  It would have been nice to suggested the Dragon command "Open Command Browser."

If you have any documentation on the relation between KnowBrainer and the Dragon Command Browser I would certainly appreciate getting a copy.

Keep up the good work and make KnowBrainer even easier to use.


 07/22/2021 01:46 PM
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Lunis Orcutt
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Thank you for this great recommendation. We just edited the KnowBrainer Manual page 37 #g to reflect your suggestion. We appreciate suggestions and can usually implement manual changes faster than Dominoes can deliver a cardboard pizza


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