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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale
    i think it stops acting on commands until mic on is heard and thats a good idea by the way
    thanks and yeah thats what i thought

    if there was a way to stop listening to commands not just notacting on commands i think it would be better.

    cuase when i say done i start talking or turn up the music
    my m10k gets all bogged down trying to still figure stuff out

    i dont know delphi

    i know vb and c++ but they have both been a while

    if 'done' was said
    then hold until mic on said

    something like that

    i donno
    just a thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by judoGTI
    Request 1) Echo not only the value in the NaviVoice window when it hears a command. So it will say not only '24' but '24 - Focus Routis' if that makes sense.

    Request 2) Have an option to keep it minimized on the taskbar, not only as a icon by the clock.
    I'm back I'm a bit confused on #1. #2 should be an easy fix
    Quote Originally Posted by tbird2340
    I'm confused a little... You say that would be possible if FrodoPlayer didn't have the pop up of Artist / Title / Album?

    So example.. Let's just say in FP the search can come up by saying "F". Your saying that with your software I can say words (not letters) and it will recognize them and enter the entire word?

    IE: Park, Diamond, Vanilla

    ??
    Exactly. If Frodo had an option for like search by artist as a keystroke then you could say "eminem" and it would find all the eminem songs, etc..
    Quote Originally Posted by BoraXP
    to prevent looping why dont you have it ignore commands while saying voice confirmations

    and also

    does 'mic off' or 'done' cause navivoice to stop recognizing commands or just to stop acting on commands
    When you say "mic off" or "done" it will stop doing the actions associated to the commands. If I were to cut off the mic then it would not be able to hear "leelo" or "mic on".

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    When you say "mic off" or "done" it will stop doing the actions associated to the commands. If I were to cut off the mic then it would not be able to hear "leelo" or "mic on".
    so it stops trying to figure out what im saying?

    im not saying cut the mic

    im saying is there a way to have it not even look for the other commands exceot mic on

    what about my looping idea

    oh and welcome back

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoraXP
    so it stops trying to figure out what im saying?

    im not saying cut the mic

    im saying is there a way to have it not even look for the other commands exceot mic on

    what about my looping idea

    oh and welcome back
    No. It can't just look for one phrase because it would still have to listen.

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    i get it

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    If Frodo had an option for like search by artist as a keystroke then you could say "eminem" and it would find all the eminem songs, etc..
    Ok.. I asked this question in the "NaviVoice 6 Released" thread:

    How the heck do you work with the Macros?

    I'm looking in your NaviVoice.doc as I type this and I'm confused as all get out... Did you make it possible that saying a word will do a multiple key press?

    IE: I say "Search" and NaviVoice presses CTRL+ALT+5 all at the same time. I seen in your doc it says "VK_CONTROL 11 CTRL key" and "VK_MENU 12 ALT key"....

    Does that mean in the NaviVoice.ini I create an entry named:

    "program_close460=VK_CONTROL 11,VK_MENU 12,5"

    and assign <p val="460">search</p> in the XML file?

    Is that how this works?? What does the "," and the "^" mean in the INI files under the programs heading? I did set Automate up to be able to search in FrodoPlayer so when I get this part working it will be shweet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbird2340
    Ok.. I asked this question in the "NaviVoice 6 Released" thread:

    How the heck do you work with the Macros?

    I'm looking in your NaviVoice.doc as I type this and I'm confused as all get out... Did you make it possible that saying a word will do a multiple key press?

    IE: I say "Search" and NaviVoice presses CTRL+ALT+5 all at the same time. I seen in your doc it says "VK_CONTROL 11 CTRL key" and "VK_MENU 12 ALT key"....

    Does that mean in the NaviVoice.ini I create an entry named:

    "program_close460=VK_CONTROL 11,VK_MENU 12,5"

    and assign <p val="460">search</p> in the XML file?

    Is that how this works?? What does the "," and the "^" mean in the INI files under the programs heading? I did set Automate up to be able to search in FrodoPlayer so when I get this part working it will be shweet!
    I did find a bug... the timer won't reset if you use the macros.

    About your problem: EACH key has to be separated by a comma (,) and end the VK_ keys in a (^) when you want to let go of them (otherwise NaviVoice will keep on holding the VK_ key forever). For example if I want to do CTRL + SHIFT + D I have to have it be "program_close454=VK_SHIFT,VK_CONTROL,D,^". Also, how'd u get multiple keys to work in Frodo? I can only do one key, so no Alt, Ctrl combos.

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    I just thought of a solution for searching in frodoplayer for 1.09.
    The functionality is already there.
    You send a web request to frodoplayer, just like through a browser.
    You would send it like this:

    Code:
    http://localhost:37635/FPCOMMAND?FND=SEARCHDUMPARTIST&ITEM=eminem
    And just throw away the feedback. Can easily be done through api.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frodobaggins
    I just thought of a solution for searching in frodoplayer for 1.09.
    The functionality is already there.
    You send a web request to frodoplayer, just like through a browser.
    You would send it like this:

    Code:
    http://localhost:37635/FPCOMMAND?FND=SEARCHDUMPARTIST&ITEM=eminem
    And just throw away the feedback. Can easily be done through api.

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    That would just be a run program function

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    Code:
    Option Explicit
    
    Private Declare Function InternetOpen Lib "wininet" Alias "InternetOpenA" (ByVal sAgent As String, ByVal lAccessType As Long, ByVal sProxyName As String, ByVal sProxyBypass As String, ByVal lFlags As Long) As Long
    Private Declare Function InternetCloseHandle Lib "wininet" (ByRef hInet As Long) As Long
    Private Declare Function InternetOpenUrl Lib "wininet" Alias "InternetOpenUrlA" (ByVal hInternetSession As Long, ByVal lpszUrl As String, ByVal lpszHeaders As String, ByVal dwHeadersLength As Long, ByVal dwFlags As Long, ByVal dwContext As Long) As Long
    
    Private Const UserAgent = "Frodo Testing **** :)"
    Private Const INTERNET_OPEN_TYPE_DIRECT = 1
    Private Const INTERNET_FLAG_RELOAD = &H80000000
    
    Private Sub Main()
        Dim ourUrl As String
        Dim hOpen As Long
        Dim hFile As Long
        
        ourUrl = "http://localhost:37635/FPCOMMAND?FND=SEARCHDUMPARTIST&ITEM=stones"
        
        hOpen = InternetOpen(UserAgent, INTERNET_OPEN_TYPE_DIRECT, vbNullString, vbNullString, 0)
        hFile = InternetOpenUrl(hOpen, ourUrl, vbNullString, ByVal 0&, INTERNET_FLAG_RELOAD, ByVal 0&)
        InternetCloseHandle hFile
        InternetCloseHandle hOpen
    End Sub
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