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Topic Title: Switching to command mode by script?
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Created On: 07/01/2021 08:02 AM
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 Switching to command mode by script?   - wheels496 - 07/01/2021 08:02 AM  
 Switching to command mode by script?   - Mav - 07/01/2021 08:54 AM  
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wheels496
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Hello

Is it possible, to switch to command mode, by script, other than by using the Heard Word?

To try to explain what I'm doing… I have built my own mouse grid program and I am actually using it, so now I am trying to make it better. I have built various commands but it sometimes recognises dictation instead, for example the word cancel, instead of my command cancel (yes that example I could change it something else but there are others).

So what I've done so far, is to switch to command mode, in the macro that launches the grid. Conversely, in all the commands that close the grid, I switch back to normal mode (yes this is not foolproof, for example, if I foolishly closely grid with the global command close window).

Alternatively, is there another way to restrict what you can say, when you are in a particular application?

Thanks



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 07/01/2021 08:54 AM
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Mav
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Hello!

You can set the recognition mode without "HeardWord" by using the RecognitionMode property from EngineControl, e.g.:

 

EngineControl.RecognitionMode = dgnrecmodeCommand

for switching to command mode.

hth,
mav

 

 

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