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Topic Title: Capitalization of "NaturallySpeaking Commands" and for "KnowBrainer Commands"
Topic Summary: My Command Names
Created On: 04/25/2020 05:55 PM
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 Capitalization of "NaturallySpeaking Commands" and for "KnowBrainer Commands"   - cesmd40831 - 04/25/2020 05:55 PM  
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 Capitalization of "NaturallySpeaking Commands" and for "KnowBrainer Commands"   - Lunis Orcutt - 09/15/2021 06:57 PM  
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Capitalization of “NaturallySpeaking Commands” and for “KnowBrainer Commands”

BACKGROUND

"Title Case" is text in which the First Letter of Major Words are Capitalized.

"Proper Case" the capitalization of Every First Letter Of Every Word.

The Style Guide of The American Psychological Association, APA, rules for title case:

Always capitalize the first word of the title or heading.

Capitalize all nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and pronouns, including the second part of hyphenated major words.

Capitalize all words of four letters or more.

Always lowercase words of three or fewer letters.

Sentence Case

UPPER CASE

lowercase

CamelCase

small caps case (Copperplate Gothic, one of the fonts exhibiting this)

            Form ~to capital letters but ~size of lower-case "x"

            Can be used instead of lower-case letters and combined with regular caps in a mixed-case fashion.   

            Traditions: small caps height can be equal to or slightly larger than the x-height of typeface

                        The smaller variant is may be called petite caps and can be mixed with the larger variant.

            Can used for acronyms, names, mathematical entities, computer commands in printed text, business or                                  personal printed stationery letterheads, ... where a word(s) need(s) differentiated from main text.

Snake Case  "the__brown_fox_jumped_over_the_lazy_dog" 

            Punctuation is removed

            Spaces replaced by single underscores.

            Typically all letters share the same case (e.g. "UPPER_CASE_" or "lower_case_"

            Case can be mixed, (OCaml modules)

            AKA "Pothole Case" in Python programming - often for naming variables.

            SCREAMING SNAKE CASE:  all-upper-case; SCREAMING_SNAKE_CASE

Please rectify/clarify INCORRECT portions of the following:

HeardWord commands cannot include, other than THE word “HeardWord“ script, any capitals (with exceptions).

Stated differently HeardWord scripts require all words to be lowercase with the exception of “Phrases” (i.e. MORE than one word) saved within the Vocabulary Editor?  These phrases REQUIRE the same Capitalization as saved within the Vocabulary Editor.

What is the reasoning behind “My Command Names” (NaturallySpeaking & KnowBrainer) being saved in “Title Case” … (or should they be saved in "Proper Case")?

When editing “My Command Names” if only changing the “Case” to any/all letters within the “My Commands Names” do you need to "train" the “My Command Name” again? 

Or is the question regarding “training” only pertinent to the pre “15.3 Build” era?

Carl E. Smith, M.D., F.A.A.P. “My Dragon” as of 04/23/2020: 

DMPE 4.3 Build 15.50.200.030 Updated 04/07/2020

KnowBrainer 2017 Build 04-02-2020 Updated 04/07/2020

DragonCapture 1.0.368 Updated 04/09/2020

  Philips SpeechMike LFH3500/00 Premium 

Dell OptiPlex 3040

Intel Core i7-6700, CPU @ 3.408GHz

RAM 16GB

Windows 10 Pro Version 1809

64-bit, OS Build 17763.864

MedInformatix EMR Version 7.6.8.14 Updated 02/14/2018

  01/20/2003 to present

 



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DMPE 4.3 Build 15.50.200.030 {04/07/2020}, KnowBrainer 2017 Build 01/01/2021, DragonCapture Build 1.0.3698 {12/16/2020}, Philips SpeechMike LFH3500/00 Premium, Dell OptiPlex 3040 Intel Core i7-6700, CPU@3.408GHz, 3.41GHz, RAM 16.0GB, Windows 10 Pro V1809 64-bit OS, x64-based processor Build 17763.864, 01/20/2003 MedInformatix EMR V7.6.8.20 as of 12/16/2020



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Please rectify/clarify INCORRECT portions of the following:

HeardWord commands cannot include, other than THE word "HeardWord" script, any capitals (with exceptions).

Stated differently HeardWord scripts require all words to be lowercase with the exception of "Phrases" (i.e. MORE than one word) saved within the Vocabulary Editor? These phrases REQUIRE the same Capitalization as saved within the Vocabulary Editor.

What is the reasoning behind "My Command Names" (NaturallySpeaking & KnowBrainer) being saved in "Title Case" ... (or should they be saved in "Proper Case")?

When editing "My Command Names" if only changing the "Case" to any/all letters within the "My Commands Names" do you need to "train" the "My Command Name" again?

Or is the question regarding "training" only pertinent to the pre "15.3 Build" era?

"My Dragon" as of 09/06/2021:
DMPE 4.3.1(.1?) Build 15.51.350.021 (Updated 09/06/2021)
KnowBrainer 2017 Version 4.51.000, Build 08-19-2021 (Updated 09/06/2021)
DragonCapture Build 1.0.3698 (12/16/2020)
Philips SpeechMike LFH3500/00 Premium
Dell OptiPlex 7080, Reg Model/Type D15S001, Intel Core i7-10700, CPU@2.90GHz, 2.90GHz [Cores 8] [Logical processors 16], RAM 32.0GB, 512 GB Micron 2300 NVMe SSD (01/2021)
Windows 10 19042.1110, E Pack 120.2212.3530.0 (as of 08/11/2021)
ViewSonic 1920 x 1080
MedInformatix EMR (since 01/20/2003): Version 7.6.8.20 (since 01/20/2003)
Carl E. Smith, M.D., F.A.A.P.

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DMPE 4.3 Build 15.50.200.030 {04/07/2020}, KnowBrainer 2017 Build 01/01/2021, DragonCapture Build 1.0.3698 {12/16/2020}, Philips SpeechMike LFH3500/00 Premium, Dell OptiPlex 3040 Intel Core i7-6700, CPU@3.408GHz, 3.41GHz, RAM 16.0GB, Windows 10 Pro V1809 64-bit OS, x64-based processor Build 17763.864, 01/20/2003 MedInformatix EMR V7.6.8.20 as of 12/16/2020

 09/15/2021 06:57 PM
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Dragon commands were originally in Title Case but L & H (the company who illegally purchased Dragon from DragonSystems) ran into a Ver. 6 bug that prevented the use of capital letters in command names. This problem was fixed in a patch but L & H/ScanSoft/Nuance left the command names in lowercase.  

 

KnowBrainer native commands appear in Title Case to distinguish themselves from native Dragon commands. You can see this in Dragon's Yellow Results Box. When using VerbalBasic II to make personal Dragon or KnowBrainer commands, it will also appear in Title Case. Of course this is simply a matter of taste on our part but when we see Title Case text appear in the Results Box, we know that Dragon has not mistaken our command for dictation or vice versa.



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