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Topic Title: where are the verbalBasic commands?
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Created On: 11/08/2019 01:38 AM
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 where are the verbalBasic commands?   - Anandits - 11/08/2019 01:38 AM  
 where are the verbalBasic commands?   - Edgar - 11/08/2019 09:50 AM  
 where are the verbalBasic commands?   - Lunis Orcutt - 11/08/2019 12:56 PM  
 where are the verbalBasic commands?   - Anandits - 11/11/2019 01:42 AM  
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Lunis Orcutt
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We decided to make the global VerbalBasic commands application-specific so that they can only be used to create or edit KnowBrainer commands. We originally made them global so that VerbalBasic could be used in Dragon Advanced-Scripting and permit Remote Desktop scripting but VerbalBasic was making KnowBrainer top-heavy. For example, if you create a new global command, the 1st time you deploy the command, it could take up to 18 seconds. The 2nd time would be blazing fast but it still didn't look good and we are in the middle of making VerbalBasic Multi-VerbalBasic (being able to deploy up to 5 simultaneous events). This will quite literally double the VerbalBasic command collection so we had to make VerbalBasic application-specific. On the upside, you can leave out the word “Code” from now on. For example, say AppBringUp within a KnowBrainer commands.

 

PS: The small group of remaining code commands are simply the name of a few KnowBrainer global spelling commands that allow you to spell in all capitalized letters; as opposed to the Dragon spell <alphabet>  which is limited to lowercase.



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