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Topic Title: Say command
Topic Summary: or am I dreaming
Created On: 02/09/2022 08:22 PM
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 Say command   - bobe - 02/09/2022 08:22 PM  
 Say command   - Lunis Orcutt - 02/09/2022 09:20 PM  
 Say command   - bobe - 02/11/2022 09:02 PM  
 02/09/2022 09:20 PM
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Lunis Orcutt
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You're quite right. We changed the command name because too many end-users begin sentences with the word “say”; including us. These command names have been changed to Insert <dictation>, Print <dictation> (ditto) and Type <dictation>. Note that the Type <dictation> command can be used for dictation but was designed for editing. Try dictating “We ate at the Brown Fox restaurant” in a Dragon friendly or non-friendly environment. Now select the word “Brown” with your mouse, rather than by voice. When you double-click the word “Brown” you  may accidentally select an extra space. This will not matter. While “Brown” is highlighted say Type <yellow> which will replace the word “Brown” with “Yellow”, replace the blank space (if there was one) and capitalize the word “yellow” because the word “Brown” was capitalized. This is a true artificial intelligence command.


Note that the other 2 commands are stupid but bulletproof and useful.  Try dictating “the horse jumped over the fence”. Now place your cursor to the immediate left of the word “horse” and say Print <brown> or Insert <brown> to change the phrase to “the brown horse jumped over the fence”


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