Nice, I had that same mic and ruined it trying to cut it / etc to make work in my truck
Here's a pic of my Logitech mounted on the door column. I cut off the back half of the case and put some heatshrink tubing over it. It works well with the windows closed, not so when they're open. Best feature is the switch on it so I can disable/enable it easily. A couple times when I first turn on my system, before Windows controls the hardware, my soundcard (Extigy) pumps the mic right through to the amps --- bigtime feedback! The switch saves my ears.Originally Posted by tbird2340
Recommendation for Mic
Epia-M II M10000 Nehemiah WinXP sp2 Travla C134 case Carnetix 1260 power Xenarc 700TS XM Direct Toslink Extigy USB 5.1 Garmin GPS18 Linksys 802.11g wireless Nokia 6230 Bluetooth Memphis Amps Focal Speakers Frontend: RoadRunner
Hi all, I´m very interested about this app, but is focused for English people .
Maybe if I install a spanish version of sdk51 (I will try to find it) and chaging all phrases from settings into spanish, will it work? thanks.
Edit: there´s no spanish version from microsoft, maybe can I try with other engine?
how do you get it to correct "up" it keeps saying papa.
and "down" keeps saying gama
You have to watch commands being to short, it is currently set to "move up" and "move down".
FYI, you can change this to whatever you like in the Commands.xml and recompile the grammar file.
FYI2, if you find that it is overly responding to the alpha - zulu commands, you can either delete that rule or add extra text for it to have to recognize. The purpose of these is so you don't have to say "letter c" "letter a" "letter t" you can say "charlie" "alpha" "tango" to enter the word cat in a textbox, helps with the speed of entering text if the speech profile is close.
Originally Posted by slantman
Pardon me for asking a dumb question but what does it exactly mean when you say "recompile the grammar file"?
Compaq Evo D510 e-PC - P4 2.0 - 512M RAM - 120G 3.5 HD - 7" Xenarc 700TSV - DSATX fitted nicely inside the PC case
Not a dumb questionOriginally Posted by Zebelkhan
FYI, it is in the readme:
Originally Posted by the readme