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It appears my mic is always listening in V6, if I say 'leelo' it will reply with Listening, but even if I don't start with 'Leelo' I can say 'Switch Task' and it runs the command.
would there be a way to have the program simulate pressing the "gps connect" button instead of restarting iguidance. that way if you were going somewhere and you stop at a gas station and the computer goes into hibernation when you come back your computer will start up and iguidance will open up, and continue on it's way to your destination. otherwise the destination has to be re-entered.
after resume from hibernate navivoice can't here anything. i have to restart navivoice before it will start picking up any noises.
You have to say "done" at least once.Quote:
Originally Posted by judoGTI
The gps connect feature will be available in v.7. Are you using v.6? Because I think I fixed this by detecting resume and restarting the program automatically (and also the navigation program if running).Quote:
Originally Posted by kuo
I was just testing V7 out. I have it open up Routis then I say enter street name. I am able to get the street name I want then it goes to the house number screen. I went through 0-9 and I was not able to get one number to enter. Sometimes it didn't enter nothing, sometimes it entered symbols ($ -).
Also, does anyone ever have the problem you say "leelo" and it takes maybe 3-7 seconds to say "listening"?
Hmm.... I think this is because you forgot to let go of one of the shift keys during the macros. I just tested it out and it works perfectly for all numbers! And when I say "leelo" it only takes me about 1/2second to get it to listen (maybe because I'm on a 2.5ghz P4 with 1gig of ram :D )Quote:
Originally Posted by tbird2340
Found bug: NaviVoice won't let go of the SHIFT key. That would explain the weird symbols instead of numbers :(
Ok... I figured this one out.... absolutely NO spaces after the comma (,). " ^" is not the same as "^".
I have Office 2003 on the machine and installed speech recognition first. It shows the Language as "Microsoft English v6.1 Recognizer" although the "other" tab shows "SAPI version 5.1.4111.00". Then I tried installing Navivoice_v7_3 on the Win2k SP4 machine and immediately got an error: "OLE Error 800C0005" as it started up. Any ideas?
Sounds like you put the XML file somewere else. Or that's the code for a poorly formatted XML file.Quote:
Originally Posted by wysocki
Just checked: missing XML file.