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Topic Title: Dictation box problem
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Created On: 03/31/2022 04:00 PM
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 Dictation box problem   - sjtandlich - 03/31/2022 04:00 PM  
 Dictation box problem   - Lunis Orcutt - 03/31/2022 08:23 PM  
 Dictation box problem   - dilligence - 03/31/2022 09:34 PM  
 Dictation box problem   - sjtandlich - 04/04/2022 05:15 AM  
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Lunis Orcutt
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When using cloud versions of Microsoft Word, Outlook etc. Dragon doesn't recognize them. Dragon only recognizes your browser which is why the Dictation Box doesn't automatically open. Whenever you see the green • or checkmark in the DragonBar, the Dictation Box will not automatically open. Here are a few options:


1. You can disable the Dragon extension in your browser. This should allow the Dictation Box to automatically open again but you will be sacrificing Active Accessibility.

2. You could optionally use DragonCapture to directly dictate in any non-Dragon friendly application but you won't have Select-&-Say. However, KnowBrainer 2020 can addd correcting and editing functionality but you would only be able to select text with your mouse. This option really depends on how good your accuracy is.

3. If your accuracy is perhaps less than optimal, you might consider using the KnowBrainer Notepad <dictation> command which allows you to open Notepad and simontaneously dictate. For example, if you say Notepad <what's up>, KnowBrainer will open Notepad and simontaneously type “Whats up”. As expected, you can transfer your text to your target application by saying Transfer.



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