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Topic Title: HeardWord with <dictation>
Topic Summary: How does one combine the two in a script
Created On: 08/11/2021 10:52 AM
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 HeardWord with <dictation>   - Edgar - 08/11/2021 10:52 AM  
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 HeardWord with <dictation>   - Edgar - 08/11/2021 02:37 PM  
 HeardWord with <dictation>   - PG LTU - 08/12/2021 10:18 AM  
 HeardWord with <dictation>   - Edgar - 08/12/2021 12:27 PM  
 HeardWord with <dictation>   - Alan Cantor - 08/12/2021 01:26 PM  
 HeardWord with <dictation>   - Edgar - 08/12/2021 03:14 PM  
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Originally posted by: Edgar ...

I wonder if EmulateRecognition would work around this restriction?

 

Yes, of course because it takes but a single string sequence that can include spaces and is easily accessible in the command browser without referencing or registering anything.  So, using the dictation variable and some processing to come up with a string to "recognize" is a natural. 

 

In fact, that was the first "real" reason I had to come up with pgEmulate as detailed more here because I was using AutoHotKey to recognize a command that then passed an utterance to the recognizer.  So, if I said "Strikethrough|Strikeout something" I first send the "select something" to Dragon, and if that something is "that" it selects the last utterance like saying "select that" or else it has Dragon search the viewport for the "something" to select, and then apply the strikethrough|strikeout in your case or uppercasing, camelcasing, titlecasing, etc. I was implementing.



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 08/12/2021 12:27 PM
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I cannot get even the simplest Advanced Scripting command to compile with EmulateRecognition:

Sub Main

EmulateRecognition "copy that"

End Sub

EmulateRecognition -> **ERROR**

(10551) Expecting a constant, vulvar name or function name.

It's like I might be missing a Reference but I have tried a shotgun approach of adding all of the dragon-related references without any success. BTW I am running DPI 15.3 but I cannot imagine that something this simple is broken in this version of Dragon.



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