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    Change Boris to something else?

    How do i change boris to something else? I would rather say like computer and then navi voice would listen. I tried change value 110 in the xml to something else would it didnt work.
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    Go to NaviVoice.xml, search for "Boris".
    The cursor should rest on "<p val="110">boris</p>"
    Change that to whatever you like. Mine responds to Xusha (an uncommon Russian girl's name).
    Enjoy.

    EDIT: LOL!!! Whereever you see boris, it means b o r i s w/o the spaces.
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    You probably had another instance of NaviVoice running. Value 110 is the value that will activate NaviVoice, besides a command line trigger

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJiK
    Go to NaviVoice.xml, search for "Boris".
    The cursor should rest on "<p val="110">boris</p>"
    Change that to whatever you like. Mine responds to Xusha (an uncommon Russian girl's name).
    Enjoy.

    EDIT: LOL!!! Whereever you see boris, it means b o r i s w/o the spaces.
    Yeh.

    I speak Russian. I originally read the name as "Shuba", so I was like WTF

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    Yeh.

    I speak Russian. I originally read the name as "Shuba", so I was like WTF
    LoL... Shuba? As in a Fur Coat? That's a good one.
    No, I was referring to 'Ksyusha,' or Ksennia & Cassandra in English. It's just that out of all the Russian girls that I drive with on a weekly basis, I'm far less likely to have a Ksyusha.
    It'd be weird if I were to refer to the computer as "Anna" (or some other more popular name), and get a "huh" and a "listening" in response at the same time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJiK
    LoL... Shuba? As in a Fur Coat? That's a good one.
    No, I was referring to 'Ksyusha,' or Ksennia & Cassandra in English. It's just that out of all the Russian girls that I drive with on a weekly basis, I'm far less likely to have a Ksyusha.
    It'd be weird if I were to refer to the computer as "Anna" (or some other more popular name), and get a "huh" and a "listening" in response at the same time.
    Yes, Shuba as in a fur coat

    Funny thing is i've never heard that name before. Must not be common

    Oh! Do you mean "SASHA"? I knew a girl with that name. Russian is weird to write in english letters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    Funny thing is i've never heard that name before. Must not be common
    I only know one too, but there's a lot of Russian girls in your 'hood.

    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    Oh! Do you mean "SASHA"? I knew a girl with that name. Russian is weird to write in english letters.
    No man, Sasha is a universal name... And you'd call her Alexandra in English anyway. Or Alex, in short.

    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    Smotritcha schto mi xivem bliska at druga druga
    LoL, I had to re-read that three times before I understood what you've said.
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    i like marina better

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJiK
    I only know one too, but there's a lot of Russian girls in your 'hood.

    No man, Sasha is a universal name... And you'd call her Alexandra in English anyway. Or Alex, in short.

    LoL, I had to re-read that three times before I understood what you've said.
    Yes, I'll be seeing you at the meet on Nov 5th.
    Yeh, there are a lot of Russian girls around here

    Ok, I've never heard of Xusha before. Sounds more like a name for a guy

    Yeh, its hard to understand. That's my point
    I'll also be seeing you Nov 5th... but the big question is the location of the meet

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    Quote Originally Posted by goosey2099
    i like marina better
    That's also a good name. Monika is another good name.... and some people will laugh at it

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