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Topic Title: Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers
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Created On: 08/10/2020 06:17 PM
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 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - benTalks - 08/10/2020 06:17 PM  
 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - dilligence - 08/10/2020 10:48 PM  
 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - benTalks - 08/11/2020 06:45 PM  
 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - Lunis Orcutt - 08/11/2020 07:45 PM  
 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - PG LTU - 08/11/2020 11:20 AM  
 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - Alan Cantor - 08/12/2020 07:43 AM  
 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - Matt_Chambers - 08/12/2020 08:03 AM  
 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - Alan Cantor - 08/12/2020 11:13 AM  
 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - benTalks - 09/15/2020 06:06 PM  
 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - benTalks - 08/12/2020 12:13 PM  
 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - Alan Cantor - 08/12/2020 01:04 PM  
 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - PG LTU - 08/12/2020 01:52 PM  
 Simple script for rapid tab changing in browsers   - Lunis Orcutt - 08/13/2020 01:37 AM  
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Originally posted by: Alan Cantor  I don't think there is enough of an advantage to redo your command as a DVC.

 

True in this case, Alan. 

 

But keep in mind I (for one) absolutely notice that Dragon Voice Commands ("DVC") macros hit the screen faster than Dragon Advanced Scripting ("DAS") macros.  For "text editing" type macros, this speed in execution is critical.

 

But for anything that includes any requirement to move or open or focus on something, it won't make a difference because either (i) the user is naturally pausing to take in the thing moved to or opened or focused on, or else (ii) the macro that is doing the moving, opening and focusing is "pushing" (type into a control, press a button, select a choice or some text) or "popping" (copy from, get input, read characters or pixel colors) info from somewhere while doing something else, and again, the difference in timing will be inconsequential.



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