Hey Ol33l... figure out how to make NaviVoice auto-detect when the current "preferred" recording device changes so it can auto-enable/disable speech detection. There is an MMSystem component that lets you easily see all the WindowsMixer settings. After you get that done, make all the INI/XML stuff for Google Talk. LOL... it's a good idea though ;).
I am using a BT Headset with a USB-BT Dongle with no problems. It acts like a sound-card with mic and speaker. If you have either or both of them as the preferred playback/recording device then the button on the Headset will switch your mic/sound between Sound-Card and Headset (because it connects/disconnects the device).
It is cool but I want more... I want:
1) A macro that will will run when the Headset connects/disconnects so that I have have it enable speech recognition to "dial" Google-Talk / Skype contacts and/or control my PC.
or 2) A program that allows the button to work just like it does with a BT Cell Phone (you can voice-dial, mute, answer/ignore/hangup). This solution may require different BlueTooth connection software than the one that came with my BlueTooth USB Dongle, different drivers for my USB Dongle, or possibly a different USB Dongle that supports this all together.
Does anyone have any more information on this topic? I've been searching Google but found nothing other than some Skype plug-in that is in beta and doesn't work with my hardware.
The easiest solution is to just be able to run a script (or Girder event plug-in) on connect/disconnect and I can do the rest with Girder and a speech plug-in... does anyone know how to do that?