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    NaviVoice v1 Release!

    Here it is. The first non-beta version

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    • Changed over from SAPI to MS Agent for Voice Output
    • Full version of GammaControl Integrated and Included for settings
    • Same command line params as GammaControl
    • Sunrise/Sunset Converter
    • Config utility for output languages
    • Betters Docs
    • White Tabs
    • AutoCenter


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    Anyone?

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    Is this for Iguidance?

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    Yes. iGuidance, Routis, Destinator3 (limited).

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    Well I'll say thanks if no-one else will!

    Guess I'd better buy a microphone now....


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    ....Yes, I know it has a stupid name, those crazy Japanese!

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    I would love to try it but dont know how. I get a OLE warning and do not know what to do about it.

    MII 6000; 256 MB; lilliput touchscreen; 40GB; bluetooth SE 68i; software still experimenting switched from mediacar to frodopayer, phonecontrol, destinator 3 (NM), and others.
    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/show-off-your-project/31991-audi-tt.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by mp3oplecarrier
    Well I'll say thanks if no-one else will!

    Guess I'd better buy a microphone now....
    A mic would be good. I strongly recommend any noise-canceling mic. I currently use a Logitech noise-canceling mic (non-usb).

    [Edit]: Voice-canceling... what's that. Edited

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    Quote Originally Posted by aguila
    I would love to try it but dont know how. I get a OLE warning and do not know what to do about it.

    OLE warning: you probably just tried to run NaviVoice.exe. NaviVoice requires the XML file to be in the same directory. Extract all the files into 1 directory and then run it. Or the OLE error means that you tried uncessfully to play aroudn with the XML file, or you don't have SAPI or Agent installed.

    Reminds me: I should put what to do if you get the OLE error in the help file

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    A mic would be good. I strongly recommend any voice-canceling mic. I currently use a Logitech voice-canceling mic (non-usb).
    Voice-canceling.. what is that? and is there any particular reason you use a non-USB? I was thinking about getting a USB Logitech

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    Quote Originally Posted by egeekial
    Voice-canceling.. what is that? and is there any particular reason you use a non-USB? I was thinking about getting a USB Logitech
    Voice-canceling... did I say that I meant noise-canceling. I'm using a non-usb because I don't want more USB devices, and the mic is easier, because it doesn't need to have a analog to digital converter. Noise-canceling will make SAPI understand you better. For isntance, I had an old mic, and holding it pretty close it was ok. But holding my Logitech about 3-4 feet away is still very accurate.

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