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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Fabio
    One suggestion only for us Phoco Users...

    When a call is incoming the mic should go OFF (in NON Listening mode) to restore the right mic settings and avoid any interference with voice recognition... and then return ON (in Listening Mode) when the call is finished to permit the normal Voice recognition...
    When I started looking into Phoco it didn't sound like many were using it because it was not fully functional, I am glad I read it wrong. I will work on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whodwho
    When I started looking into Phoco it didn't sound like many were using it because it was not fully functional, I am glad I read it wrong. I will work on this.
    Thanks a lot whodwho
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    Great program,

    However here are a few bugs / problems I have encountered.

    1) when RR starts, voice control is looking for a command, not a keyword. The problem is until issued a command it will never go back to looking for a keyword. There was no voice.ini setting I could find to fix this.

    What it should do: when RR starts it should be looking only for the keyword when set to keyword=yes in the ini.


    2) The volume set in the voice.ini does not work, it is always at 100 %, the only way to change this is to actually move the volume slider on voice control after the program starts. That will change the volume, but when the program is restarted it is back to 100%.

    What it should do: voice.ini volume should take effect when the program starts, and moving the volume slider shoud update the ini value for future use.



    3) Some commands do not unpause the music, while others do. "Weather", "Thank you", "Just Checking" do not unpause the music, however commands like "audio mode" and "Main menu" do..... I have not tested all the commands yet.(tested with the lastest version in the first post)

    What it should do: all commands should unpause the music unless the "pause" command is given.




    Other than those 3 issues, this is the best voice control software I have used. Once all the bugs are worked out this will be awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonthorn
    Great program,

    However here are a few bugs / problems I have encountered.

    1) when RR starts, voice control is looking for a command, not a keyword. The problem is until issued a command it will never go back to looking for a keyword. There was no voice.ini setting I could find to fix this.

    What it should do: when RR starts it should be looking only for the keyword when set to keyword=yes in the ini..
    I did catch that one, will be in the next update.
    2) The volume set in the voice.ini does not work, it is always at 100 %, the only way to change this is to actually move the volume slider on voice control after the program starts. That will change the volume, but when the program is restarted it is back to 100%.

    What it should do: voice.ini volume should take effect when the program starts, and moving the volume slider shoud update the ini value for future use.
    So the speech volume or the pc volume is at 100%? Sounds like it could be related to this issue: Voice control, windows When you start the program does the slider show the 70% or what ever you have it set for? following the RR format, nothing is saved to the ini from the rr.exe only from the config program.

    3) Some commands do not unpause the music, while others do. "Weather", "Thank you", "Just Checking" do not unpause the music, however commands like "audio mode" and "Main menu" do..... I have not tested all the commands yet.(tested with the lastest version in the first post)

    What it should do: all commands should unpause the music unless the "pause" command is given.
    I guess I need to do some better testing after adding new functions

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    One thing I've noticed is that VC appears to set the option "Map Master Volume to Control Line: (For Weak Sound Card)" to [All Lines]. I guess most people have it set to [Master Volume]. Check it out in RRConfig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadhog
    One thing I've noticed is that VC appears to set the option "Map Master Volume to Control Line: (For Weak Sound Card)" to [All Lines]. I guess most people have it set to [Master Volume]. Check it out in RRConfig.
    The only volume that I adjust would be the speech volume, I don't believe that effects the PC volume?

    So that saved setting changes on you? Mine has stayed on 'Master Volume', I switched it to 'All Lines' and it stayed as well.

    Are you having issues with the volume or just an observation?

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    the latest version seems to be working fine when I'm on my home computer, but when in my car, I can't get it to pick up voice commands, and when I press the hotkey, it toggles from listening for Command, not listening and waiting for keyword. It might be the USB Mic... we'll see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whodwho
    The only volume that I adjust would be the speech volume, I don't believe that effects the PC volume?

    So that saved setting changes on you? Mine has stayed on 'Master Volume', I switched it to 'All Lines' and it stayed as well.

    Are you having issues with the volume or just an observation?
    It may have been the first release changed a setting in the rr.ini file. If not, then it's something I have inadvertently changed. It doesn't do it now anyway.

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    I was just looking through the readme and see that you've got the alphabet spelled out up to Yankee... I assume Zulu is in there and it just got left out of the readme? Also, do we have to pronounce these words the way they taught us in the Army? (e.g., Quebec = Key Beck, Uniform = You Knee Form)
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    Quote Originally Posted by randomjohn
    I was just looking through the readme and see that you've got the alphabet spelled out up to Yankee... I assume Zulu is in there and it just got left out of the readme? Also, do we have to pronounce these words the way they taught us in the Army? (e.g., Quebec = Key Beck, Uniform = You Knee Form)
    No, actually I did not have it in there, thank you for catching that. FYI, there are two ways to enter letters, one is this way where you would say 'alpha' without having to give a group name or you can say 'letter a' which is the 'letter' group and the letter 'a'.

    It is pretty good about recognizing words, although maybe better phonetically as that is how speech rec appears to work.

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