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Created On: 09/23/2021 03:50 PM
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 Store corrections in archive   - aaronspikescc - 09/23/2021 03:50 PM  
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In Dragon 14, if you make a correction, then exit Dragon without saving your user, is that correction stored in the archive or not? (Assuming store corrections in archive is checked.) As in, will the correction get incorporated into the user profile the next time you run accuracy tuner or not? Thank you.



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In the DPI 15.61 Upgrade (digital download which additionally includes a download to DPI 15.7.1 (when/if it is released) your user profile is saved automatically to prevent forgetting to save your profile. In previous versions of Dragon, you are prompted as to wether or not you wish to save vocabulary changes, new words/phrases, deletions, corrections and training. If you close Dragon without saving your user profile, all of your work is lost; with the exception of personal commands which are saved immediately.



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Thanks for your help.



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Originally posted by: aaronspikescc In Dragon 14, if you make a correction, then exit Dragon without saving your user, is that correction stored in the archive or not? (Assuming store corrections in archive is checked.) As in, will the correction get incorporated into the user profile the next time you run accuracy tuner or not? Thank you.

 



In the past, I used to watch such things in all details. Now with my memory starting to fade, I can't recall the answer to this particular question. But you can have a look for yourself.

The "acoustic archive" is simply a file called acarchive.nwv, and it is located in one of the _container folders of the user profile, next to the drafile folder. So have a look at that file after making a correction and after closing the profile respectively and please let us know. Bear in mind to move the pointer in Windows Explorer away from these folders accordingly, as otherwise Dragon may not have access to the files while you are pointing at them.

The NIST wave format for the archive is similar to the DRA file format, facilitating to save snippets of text and snippets of audio underlying each particular correction and the means to keep them aligned. Because of the size of the audio part, that file tends to become very large, and whenever you have reached the current limit, you will be prompted to increase the size.

Both the archive and the DRA files collected, assuming that you haven't put a check mark in "conserve disk space for portability", are considered during the optimisation.



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