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    where can i find the voice commands for sd?

    hi i have been looking all over , but where is the voice commands listed for sd ? thanks

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    the voice command configuration is done via the short cut in the start menu (start - sd- tools - i forget exact name).

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    thanks

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    np. FYI - here's a more populated voicereco.xml file (this is where all of the commands / settings are stored) that I use. If you wanted to, you can paste this in place of your existing file and have a lot more commands defined off the bat. You can then also go in and edit this file via the Start menu tool.

    http://s4.thefarnys.com/Miscellaneou.../VoiceReco.xml

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    cheers , the only problem i have is that i am scottish , and the accent seems to throw all the voice recon , software , lol well i might just have to try it with amrican accent lol

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    lol..i can see how that could happen. i play football (soccer) with a Scott and a couple of Irish folks..half the time I have no idea what any of them is saying ;-)

    Training the mic extensively might help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4Per View Post
    lol..i can see how that could happen. i play football (soccer) with a Scott and a couple of Irish folks..half the time I have no idea what any of them is saying ;-)

    Training the mic extensively might help.
    How well does your mic work, which mic are you using. Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcgibb View Post
    cheers , the only problem i have is that i am scottish , and the accent seems to throw all the voice recon , software , lol well i might just have to try it with amrican accent lol
    Scottsman attempting an American accent.......can we say Youtube?

    My opinion is my own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meth68 View Post
    How well does your mic work, which mic are you using. Thanks in advance
    it's working very well. I use a cheap directional microphone mounted in the OEM OnStar mic location (car had the mic built in, but it didn't come with the service). Can't even recall the make, but it cost like $15. danielkh i think has a similar one, from Radioshack, that seems to work equally well.

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