Just thought that I'd do a status update.
There has been no actual NaviVoice coding. Coding doesn't help any on the English Language and Composition AP test :lol:
I've been working on parts of the program. I've made an Export-Provider for Zorro's VisualDesigner. Yes, the program will eventually be skinnable :)
For the voice part. Its going to be much more configurable. Yes, I know you guys fear configurability, I'll adress that later. It will have around 4 separate SAPI instances. The first one will listen for imporant commands, like the activation command, numbers command, and letters command. I hope to reduce CPU usage with this and also increase accuracy, because it will only have to distingush between a lot fewer commands, so more accuracy. The second SAPI will be just like in v1.7 (except for the numbers and letters part). Third SAPI will be for the numbers. And not just 0-9. The numbers will go up a lot higher. The fourth SAPI will be for letters, and this time I'll make them configurable (so you could use different alphabets). The numbers and letters commands will be called up automatically, so if you say "set speed warnings at", NaviVoice will disable the second SAPI, and start the third SAPI to hear for numbers. The letters and numbers commands will have a "done" function, which will throw the user back to the first or second SAPI.
Other things I'm working on...
Skinner for iG. Bigger buttons. It will have program that covers up the menu button. The program will be set to be always on top. So you click on the button, and a menu pops up, but this menu is skinnable. Then you will be able to do everything you could with iG, except with much larger buttons :D
This will be the primary interface for iG. So when the user says something, commands will be send to this program, which will send them to iG :)
And oh yeh, also working on GammaControl. As some people saw, I got the separate channels working :cool:
Now I just need some code to save it to XML.
Yes, all of my programs are going to be using XML. "Why" you may ask. Well, based on the nature of XML code, it is highly structured and organized, unlike INI, were you had commands strewn all around the place.
If you have any questions, comments, etc, then feel free to post :cool: