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Topic Title: Continuous commands in Vocola
Topic Summary: how to find or create the .ini file to enable continuous commands
Created On: 03/14/2022 04:40 AM
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 Continuous commands in Vocola   - Voice - 03/14/2022 04:40 AM  
 Continuous commands in Vocola   - Matt_Chambers - 03/14/2022 07:45 AM  
 Continuous commands in Vocola   - alexander - 03/14/2022 08:30 PM  
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Voice
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First off, I'm not a programmer and only have a vague idea of how this stuff works...

I would like to be able to use continuous commands in Vocola. According to the documentation I should do the following? 

"To enable command sequences for all files by default (in Vocola 2.6.4 or later), allowing up to M commands to be spoken in succession, create/open the file vocola.ini in your command file directory (where your Vocola commands live) and modify it to contain the line:

MaximumCommands=M"

My Vocola commands are saved in my Documents folder in a folder called Vocola Commands, but there is no .ini file in that folder, and I dont know how to create a .ini file. My apologies if I am overlooking something really easy. I have a feeling I don't know what questions I should be asking.

Thanks in advance to anyone who can point me in the right direction???

 03/14/2022 07:45 AM
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Matt_Chambers
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All you need to do is open a text editor, such as Notepad, and create a document with a single line consisting of:

MaximumCommands=2

Save the document in your Vocola folder with the name Vocola.ini. Be sure not to let the text editor save the file with the extension.txt. Of course, you can pick a number other than 2, if you want, but I would be careful not to set the number too high, because it might slow down the performance.

 03/14/2022 08:30 PM
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alexander
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Definitely be careful about how high you set that number. I don't use that at all but I do set it on a per file basis using the 2nd method

You can also override these defaults on a file by file basis by using the following Vocola statement:

$set MaximumCommands M;

This lets me specify and control what grammars/files get continuous command recognition and which don't.
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