I'm working on it.
I have a few ideas on re-arranging the INI builder, and making it easier to use on an 7" screen.
I will probably have to set one of my monitors to 800x600 and experiment.
edit: yea i just tested it, that is horrible.
I will have the program auto-detect 800x600 and run a different layout, probably a full screen one.
If you are on 640x480, you might just want to configure the program on your desktop computer and have BSR run in the taskbar.
I'm not understanding this... you just hear "pla pla pla" over and over again?Originally Posted by Cris
What version of SAPI do you have? Try uninstalling BSR1.3, and downloading again. At one point i had up a buggy version, but I updated it within 10 minutes. You might have downloaded that.
If that doesn't work, try uninstalling everything speech related and re-installing it. That worked for BugByte.
BTW. Complete recode on the INI editor. 30% finished...
Originally Posted by FunkDaMonkMan
Thanks Josh, that did it, I must've cought the buggy version...
Nice to hear about the progress.
Today I tried to make Centrafuse to work with your software, since Centrafuse uses hotkeys I figured it woudn't be a biggie. So I created a new ini file (I found that I can move the window with the mouse, but with the TS it won't move, and I can see a little of the ok button, so I can press it with the mouse). I made a master command:
and then, I thought I didn't want to use a master command when the program was running I made the master command independent.
................and so on.
The problem is they won't work, what am I doing wrong?
Also, some howkeys from Centrafuse work with the arrow keys, like next is Ctrrl+Alt+Right. Can BSR recognize it as a hotkey in this case?
I found that if BSR was the focus application, the hotkeys won't work. You have to select Centrafuse before the hotkeys will take effect. Not sure if that helps, but I experienced similar symptoms with Frodo until I switched focus over to it.
Also, Cris, do you have a HU? I do and I've found that turning the volume down can make the program recognize better in certain cases. Just wondering how well it would work for someone without a HU.
Looking at the hypothesis line, my rig can quite often hear me say "iBug" but can get confused the longer the sentence. Maybe a feature that one could set that would turn the volume down some amount (user defined) when the user speaks a master command?
if you want a function key to be held down you need to write (ctrl)textOriginally Posted by Cris
if you want multiple function keys to be held down it needs to be (ctrl)(shift)text
the ini editor does this automatically for ONE function key, v1.31 will have an option to automatically enter a second and third function key.
It may be possible to add a larger minimize key.. i'll look at that after some other features.
Hint: Use the "test this action" button to make sure your stuff works before trying to program. It saves time.