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    Bruno Speech Recognition BETA v1.3

    Bruno Speech Recognition 1.2

    This program will accept speech commands and output a variety of system commands.

    Prerequisites - Microsoft Speech Recognition Software (comes with MS office)
    Read the "Read Me.txt" to find out how to install this.

    The program can do the following:

    -type any key on the keyboard, and hold modifier keys (shift, ctrl, alt)
    -open any program
    -close any specific program, or all programs matching a string (ex. "internet explorer")
    -pause for any given amount of time
    -put multiple operations together into one command (ex. Open internet explorer, wait 4 seconds, type hello, pess enter, wait 2 seconds, close internet explorer)

    The grammar is configured by an INI file which can be handwritten, or you can use the program's automated grammar builder.

    There are two levels of commands. Master and child commands. It is possible to have a master command of "open" and chlid commands of "internet explorer" and "notepad". If the user says "open notepad" or "open internet explorer" those programs will open.. but if the user just says "notepad" nothing will happen.

    It is also possible to make commands with just one word, such as "internet".

    In addition to all of this, it is possible to load 5 grammar files at once, select which ones are active, and even control the program itself with voice commands. (ex. "Enable Speech" "Disable Speech" "Disable Five" "Enable Three")

    This program is beta, and you may find errors. I have only tested it on XP Please notify me VIA email or post here if you find any bugs. Also, please be aware that i quickly typed the Read Me, and I may have missed something.

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    Not being rude or anything but how does this differ from NaviVoice?

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    I have never used navivoice, sorry.

    I will take a look at it.

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    Ok the difference....

    Navi-voice can output very simple text commands ex. "hello", and it is oriented toward navigation. Also, the commands must be manually entered into an xml file.

    BSR can use tree's of commands that can be build at run-time. BSR supports complex commands, and commands that string together. My program isn't oriented toward any particular program, although I have found it useful for online gaming.

    Navi-voice has many other features besides voice commands and is a very nice program, but the two programs do different things.

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    This looks cool. I've had a lot of trouble configuring NaviVoice and have been looking for a way to control all of my apps by voice.

    However, when I clicked on the link I got a screenful of garbage. Is there a particular browser required?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugbyte
    This looks cool. I've had a lot of trouble configuring NaviVoice and have been looking for a way to control all of my apps by voice.

    However, when I clicked on the link I got a screenful of garbage. Is there a particular browser required?
    I got it to work in IE and Firefox.
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    I was using Safari. I tried Firefox and downloaded the file. It's got a .msi extension on it. What's that?
    Quote Originally Posted by ghettocruzer View Post
    I was gung ho on building a PC [until] just recently. However, between my new phone having internet and GPS and all...and this kit...Im starting to have trouble justfiying it haha.
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    I'm working on adding a spelling feature...

    ex. (Search for G-I-R-L-S), could open google and search for girls. Again, this is configurable, so it could also open winamp/frodo and search for song title, if you set it up this way.

    Would anyone find this feature useful?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugbyte
    I was using Safari. I tried Firefox and downloaded the file. It's got a .msi extension on it. What's that?
    Its an install file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FunkDaMonkMan
    Ok the difference....

    Navi-voice can output very simple text commands ex. "hello", and it is oriented toward navigation. Also, the commands must be manually entered into an xml file.
    That's why I have macros. They do the exact same things

    I'd love to know how you add commands to SAPI at runtime

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