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General Discussion / Re: Unable to get a target for command
« Last post by Phyzal on Today at 12:47:03 pm »
No sir, but i just got it started working, thank you so much!!
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General Discussion / Re: Unable to get a target for command
« Last post by Gary on Today at 12:36:50 pm »
Hi, there. 

Did you happen to get my email reply to your support message from yesterday?
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General Discussion / Unable to get a target for command
« Last post by Phyzal on Today at 12:27:13 pm »
2:08:04 PM - Unable to get a target for command 'Heal' (Global Level).  Check the, 'Send commands to' setting above.
When I give a command for any effect I want in "Archeage" and I have done everything to try to get VA to accept it. Any Ideas what I can do?? It worked for about a week then all of a sudden it stopped. Any help would be greatly appreciated! I am 67 years old and I have Rhumatoid Arthritis really band and this program was a God send for me.  :'(
Phyzal
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How Do I? / Re: List of 107 words
« Last post by Galger on Today at 11:11:18 am »
Thank you for the answer but i just found out that not every commodity market offers the same commodities. I dont know if it will still work?
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How Do I? / Can't get {SPOKENCMD:value} working
« Last post by Dee on Today at 08:08:53 am »
When I run the following command, {SPOKENCMD:2} writes the corresponding command to the log, but {SPOKENCMD:num} is blank/not set.

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spoken command: last [2..5]

Set integer [num] value to the converted value of {CMDSEGMENT:1}
Write '[Blue] {SPOKENCMD:2}' to log
Write '[Blue] {SPOKENCMD:num}' to log

Am I doing something wrong?
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It worked like a charm, thanks a lot !
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How Do I? / Re: Change audio level of an application on a specific playback device
« Last post by Pfeil on May 24, 2018, 06:06:31 pm »
I don't think this is currently possible natively, but you could have VoiceAttack execute NirCMD, which can change application volume on a given device.

E.G.
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Run application '{VA_DIR}\NirCMD.exe' -with parameters 'setappvolume wmplayer.exe 0.75 Speakers'
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How Do I? / Re: List of 107 words
« Last post by Pfeil on May 24, 2018, 05:54:50 pm »
If the commands can be split into two parts, you can use prefix/suffix to manage them.

The way I do this is to treat the suffix like a database lookup, in a sense; The prefix does most of the logic, while the suffix provides the data.

This is accomplished by using jumping into the suffix to read the required data, then jumping back into the prefix to do something with that data:
(Prefix) "Is there data on "
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Jump to Marker: SetType
Marker: TypeSet
Begin Boolean Compare : [~~data] Equals True
    Write '[Blue] There is data' to log
Else
    Write '[Blue] There is no data' to log
End Condition
Exit Command
Note the "Exit Command" action, which prevents execution from going back into the suffix and causing a loop.

(Suffix) "something"
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Marker: SetType
Set Boolean [~~data] to True
Jump to Marker: TypeSet

You can pass any number of variables. I find it's best to work out which data you need to store/process, and set up a template you can duplicate.

If you want to speak the subject in the suffix instead, it becomes much simpler, as you don't need to jump back and forth at all(set data in the prefix, process in the suffix), but I find it's more natural to speak the operation before the subject(E.G. "what is lettuce" rather than "lettuce, what is it") in most situations.


Logically, this is the equivalent of a long conditional chain, but UI-wise it makes managing and adding values less of a hassle.

If subroutines are implemented, this sort of thing could be managed that way instead, but currently I believe this is a reasonable balance between functionality and complexity.


If you really want to make it complex, you could store your values as a list or even in an actual database, and dynamically build a "when I say" phrase for a command that looks up the relevant data at the time of execution instead, but then editing the data could become cumbersome.
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Issues / Re: Integrated Components doesn't play PC sounds to default device
« Last post by Pfeil on May 24, 2018, 05:37:36 pm »
I was expecting that I could change the 'Play a Sound' channel output (when using Integrated Components) without needing to restart VA.
That is supposed to be possible, and exactly how it works on my machine(Restarting is not required to switch default devices either, I just wanted to make sure VoiceAttack could actually address other sound devices on your machine).

I don't know what would cause something like this, perhaps Gary has more insight.
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How Do I? / List of 107 words
« Last post by Galger on May 24, 2018, 10:12:31 am »
Hi

Ingame of Elite Dangerous there is a "commodities market". It has 107 commodities and 15 categories. By now i managed to control the first three categories by "When I say" the name of the category. I can go up and down and always see the name of the category.

(How can i post a command?). I made a screenshot of the first two commands. At the end of the month i maybe have those 15 categories  ;D But how do i manage those 107 commodities. Do i really have to create 107 commands for each single one? That would take me forever  :o

First Category
2 commodities

Second
27Category

Third Category
3 commodities

And so on
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