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Topic Title: Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor
Topic Summary: Or more particularly, SciTE4AutoHotkey
Created On: 03/03/2016 07:18 PM
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 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - PG LTU - 03/03/2016 07:18 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - PG LTU - 03/04/2016 12:27 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - Derek Morin - 09/19/2016 09:08 AM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - Derek Morin - 09/19/2016 09:16 AM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - nohatsnotrainers - 11/20/2017 10:47 AM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - Lunis Orcutt - 11/20/2017 02:30 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - nohatsnotrainers - 11/22/2017 05:24 AM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - alexander - 04/21/2021 11:51 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - David.P - 03/28/2017 12:08 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - PG LTU - 03/28/2017 06:44 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - Jole - 03/28/2017 07:37 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - PG LTU - 03/28/2017 08:31 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - Lunis Orcutt - 03/28/2017 10:09 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - PG LTU - 03/01/2018 11:21 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - Matt_Chambers - 07/24/2019 10:37 AM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - SoreAndSlow - 11/21/2019 07:58 AM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - SoreAndSlow - 11/21/2019 08:10 AM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - Lunis Orcutt - 11/21/2019 03:40 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - jungar - 05/01/2020 02:36 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - wristofdoom - 04/17/2021 07:56 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - Lunis Orcutt - 04/18/2021 02:21 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - David.P - 04/18/2021 02:31 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - wristofdoom - 04/18/2021 06:26 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - Lunis Orcutt - 04/18/2021 07:31 PM  
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Originally posted by: Derek Morin This also seems to work for notepad++ [NOTEPAD++] App Support GUID={dd100104-6205-11cf-ae61-0000e8a28647} [NOTEPAD++\Enable Class Names] Scintilla=5

I'm having trouble getting this to work. Adding this to my nsapps.ini I still get the 'unknown text field' message from Dragon, and do not gain "Select and Say" functionality. I've tried changing the case of 'Notepad++', and even changing the name of the executable (and then matching this in the nsapps.ini) oon the off chance that would work, but with no success.

 

Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

 

More generally I would be interested to hear which editors are recommended for voice coding? I do all my LaTeX-ing in win32pad, but I find writing for instance Python without context highlighting to be quite unpleasant, but as stated above, I'm having trouble getting set up with anything else.

 11/20/2017 02:30 PM
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                    Welcome to the World's Most Popular Speech Recognition Forum


Editing the nsapps.ini file does not typically enable Select-&-Say in most applications; just a few. We were not able to enable Select-&-Say for Notepadd++ on our system. We only use Notepadd++ for editing KnowBrainer commands which are in XML format and easier to see than simply opening our commands in, for example, Windows Notepad (which is Select-&-Say enabled). Most of the time, we prefer to edit commands directly in the Dragon and KnowBrainer Command Browser's which are both Select-&-Say enabled. Notepadd++ simply wasn't created for speech recognition use.


Unless you're using KnowBrainer VerbalBasic (verbal VB scripting) if possible, you might consider working with Notepad or WordPad but again, we don't know exactly what you're doing so these suggestions may offer little assistance.



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 11/22/2017 05:24 AM
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I'm looking for a text editor I can use for writing Python, C++, etc. code. I've been using win32Pad up to now for writing LaTeX, but writing, for example, python, without context highlighting is pretty unsatisfactory.

I'd be really interested to hear what solutions people have to this problem as I'm sure it's one a lot of people have encountered.

 

Thanks in advance for your time

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if you dig around the forums there are quite a few discussions to help get you started

 

Frequent Asked Questions (FAQ) on programming by voice (vocola.net)

most developers use vocola, dragonfly or castor and end up writing commands in Python or Vocola.  I use sublimetext and vscode mostly.

 

see also Handsfreecoding.org.  Also several threads on this forum like eg:

KnowBrainer Speech Recognition Forums - Natlink/dragonfly newbie learning resources

 

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