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    Leelo since this thread is about feeding in commands. I want to know is it possible to have navivoice say listening by a keypress or button. Steps i tried i launch navivoice with the \listen to have it always listening. That doesnt quite work the way i hoped. Basically I want to just press a button and have navivoice send or say (listening). The one way I have kinda made it work is record me saying (boris) to a file. It then hears my voice and says listening. Thats not very practical though. Any suggestions or this is just not possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigwhyrito
    Leelo since this thread is about feeding in commands. I want to know is it possible to have navivoice say listening by a keypress or button. Steps i tried i launch navivoice with the \listen to have it always listening. That doesnt quite work the way i hoped. Basically I want to just press a button and have navivoice send or say (listening). The one way I have kinda made it work is record me saying (boris) to a file. It then hears my voice and says listening. Thats not very practical though. Any suggestions or this is just not possible.
    Well... running it with the /listen parameter will make it listen. You just want to have it say something without actually listening? Unfortunately, that's not possible

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    I must have missed something or not understand you
    You just want to have it say something without actually listening?
    No I want it to be listening also. Heres a better example.The way you programmed navivoice all you do is say boris it says listening.then it waits for commands. Now What i want to do is assisgn a keypress or a button to do the same. Is it possible to have a keypress or button send or activate navivoice listening mode in the same way. Instead of me saying boris. The key press or button simulate that. For example wife has new maxima with handfree she clicks a button to activate voice recogniton. (is there a way to send navivoice a command to listen without saying Boris and still have the navivoice go into listening mode and say ( whatever command i put in xml file for listening) another example. click powermate. = Navivoice is activated. boris is sent to make it activate in listening mode. navivoice then replys listening . Then i give it a command. from the xml like "destination."
    also ya status states fu ke d whats up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigwhyrito
    I must have missed something or not understand you
    No I want it to be listening also. Heres a better example.The way you programmed navivoice all you do is say boris it says listening.then it waits for commands. Now What i want to do is assisgn a keypress or a button to do the same. Is it possible to have a keypress or button send or activate navivoice listening mode in the same way. Instead of me saying boris. The key press or button simulate that. For example wife has new maxima with handfree she clicks a button to activate voice recogniton. (is there a way to send navivoice a command to listen without saying Boris and still have the navivoice go into listening mode and say ( whatever command i put in xml file for listening) another example. click powermate. = Navivoice is activated. boris is sent to make it activate in listening mode. navivoice then replys listening . Then i give it a command. from the xml like "destination."
    also ya status states fu ke d whats up?
    Yes, it is possible. If you make a program that waits for the button press, and then launches navivoice with the "/listen" parameter (NV is only a one instance program, so if u have it running, it will just relay the /listen command to the open instance), it will do exactly what you want. It will say "listening" and hear you out for 10 seconds.

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    okay i tried this in autoit i could never get it to say listening. it loaded navivoice with the parameter \listen but it never said back the command listening. Navivoice was ready for me say my commands though. I then tested it normally by saying boris and it replied listening. any help would be greatly appreciated. Let me see if i understand you. i have autoit script launch navivoice.exe \listen then wait. Autoit then launches navivoce.exe \listen again. You are saying this should make navivoice say "listening" and start listening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigwhyrito
    okay i tried this in autoit i could never get it to say listening. it loaded navivoice with the parameter \listen but it never said back the command listening. Navivoice was ready for me say my commands though. I then tested it normally by saying boris and it replied listening. any help would be greatly appreciated. Let me see if i understand you. i have autoit script launch navivoice.exe \listen then wait. Autoit then launches navivoce.exe \listen again. You are saying this should make navivoice say "listening" and start listening.
    Hmmm.... now that you mention it, I may have intentionally removed the voice feedback when you do the command line parameter so you could instantly start speaking.

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    okay here it is i got it thanks leelo this works in mobile impact ya need the line toggle app also.
    Send("{NUMPADDOT}")
    Run("cd\lineToggle.exe")
    Run("line\lineToggle.exe")
    Run("MIC\lineToggle.exe")
    Run("NaviVoice.exe")
    WinWait("", "NaviVoice v1.7", 1)
    Run("NaviVoice.exe /listen")
    KIAs can have car pcs too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigwhyrito
    okay here it is i got it thanks leelo this works in mobile impact ya need the line toggle app also.
    Send("{NUMPADDOT}")
    Run("cd\lineToggle.exe")
    Run("line\lineToggle.exe")
    Run("MIC\lineToggle.exe")
    Run("NaviVoice.exe")
    Run("NaviVoice.exe /listen")
    Cool that you got it working

    What is lineToggle.exe anyways?

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    i uses the numpad(.) to send pause to media player in Mobile Impact. then three instances of the line toggle app (mutes cd,line in and unmutes the mic.)
    I also run the app at startup to mute the mic.
    this is the apps readme
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    Line Toggle v. 1.1.0


    Will toggle mute on and off for a specified line.


    Usage:

    In the ini file set the "TOGGLE" parameter to
    one of the following options.

    LINE
    MIC
    CD
    MASTER
    WAVE


    Example:
    TOGGLE=LINE



    Have Fun,

    Frodo
    KIAs can have car pcs too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigwhyrito
    i uses the numpad(.) to send pause to media player in Mobile Impact. then three instances of the line toggle app (mutes cd,line in and unmutes the mic.)
    I also run the app at startup to mute the mic.
    this is the apps readme
    © 2004 Kevin Lincecum
    [email protected]
    Line Toggle v. 1.1.0


    Will toggle mute on and off for a specified line.


    Usage:

    In the ini file set the "TOGGLE" parameter to
    one of the following options.

    LINE
    MIC
    CD
    MASTER
    WAVE


    Example:
    TOGGLE=LINE



    Have Fun,

    Frodo

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