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Topic Title: overriding internal commands
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Created On: 12/14/2020 12:06 PM
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 overriding internal commands   - xxtraloud - 12/14/2020 12:06 PM  
 overriding internal commands   - Alan Cantor - 12/14/2020 01:26 PM  
 overriding internal commands   - monkey8 - 12/14/2020 01:32 PM  
 overriding internal commands   - dilligence - 12/14/2020 02:09 PM  
 overriding internal commands   - monkey8 - 12/14/2020 03:17 PM  
 overriding internal commands   - dilligence - 12/14/2020 03:22 PM  
 overriding internal commands   - monkey8 - 12/14/2020 03:28 PM  
 overriding internal commands   - Steve Morris - 12/14/2020 03:54 PM  
 overriding internal commands   - monkey8 - 12/14/2020 03:59 PM  
 overriding internal commands   - Lunis Orcutt - 12/14/2020 04:03 PM  
 overriding internal commands   - monkey8 - 12/14/2020 04:13 PM  
 overriding internal commands   - Lunis Orcutt - 12/14/2020 05:43 PM  
 overriding internal commands   - xxtraloud - 12/15/2020 11:50 AM  
 overriding internal commands   - Alan Cantor - 12/15/2020 01:26 PM  
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I believe the command is supposed to activate the system menu. All windows have one. Or are supposed to have one. The hotkey for activating the system menu is Alt + spacebar.

I don't think the Dragon command can be disabled.

If it's something that gets in your way or slows down often, you might consider making a custom command called "system" that outputs the word "system." The custom command will take precedence over the built-in command, although the built-in command might, on occasion, get triggered instead.
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