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How Do I? / Re: Say and save data
« Last post by dnthomps@shaw.ca on Today at 11:21:45 pm »
Thank you for your help. I was able to get this working.

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Say, 'What is the Job your doing'
Start Dictation Mode (Clearing Dictation Buffer)
Start Loop While : [{DICTATION}] Equals ''
End Loop
Stop Dictation Mode
Set Text [JobName] to '{DICTATION}'
Pause 1 second
Say, 'Where is it going?'
Start Dictation Mode (Clearing Dictation Buffer)
Start Loop While : [{DICTATION}] Equals ''
End Loop
Stop Dictation Mode
Set Text [JobDestination] to '{DICTATION}'
Pause 1 second
Say, 'What is its mass'
Start Dictation Mode (Clearing Dictation Buffer)
Start Loop While : [{DICTATION}] Equals ''
End Loop
Stop Dictation Mode
Set Text [JobMass] to '{DICTATION}'
Pause 1 second
Say, 'What does it pay'
Start Dictation Mode (Clearing Dictation Buffer)
Start Loop While : [{DICTATION}] Equals ''
End Loop
Stop Dictation Mode
Set Text [JobRate] to '{DICTATION}'
Pause 1 second
Say, 'Oh your taking a load of {TXT:JobName}'
Pause 2.5 seconds
Say, 'And its going to {TXT:JobDestination}'
Pause 2 seconds
Say, 'It has a mass of {TXT:JobMass} tonnes'
Pause 2 seconds
Say, 'You will be paid {TXT:JobRate} dollars'

It works but Dictation leaves a lot to be desired, it got even worse after I did the voice training.

Is there another way to do this?
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Issues / Re: Key combos not holding
« Last post by waldorf on Today at 03:03:50 pm »
Thanks Pfeil

I tried the methods you suggested but I didn't include the release commands (doh!!).
I'll give it a go tomorrow, and am sure it will work fine.

Thanks for prompt reply.
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Issues / Re: Key combos not holding
« Last post by Pfeil on Today at 02:55:04 pm »
It's odd that the order of the modifier keys matters to your application(have you tested this?), but you could work around this in at least two ways:

Split the keypresses as actions:
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Press down Left Shift key
Press down Left Ctrl key
Press A key and hold for 0,06 seconds and release
Release Left Ctrl key
Release Left Shift key

Split the keypresses using Quick Input:
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Quick Input, '[SHIFTDOWN][CTRLDOWN]A[CTRLUP][SHIFTUP]'
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How Do I? / Re: Say and save data
« Last post by Pfeil on Today at 02:46:54 pm »
Is there a tutorial someplace that shows how to get the code from these posts into a profile command?
That's not actually possible, you have to recreate the command from the information given(which is good way to learn, in my opinion).

From your command, I can deduce that
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Set Text [JobName] to [{DICTATION}]should be
Code: [Select]
Set Text [JobName] to '{DICTATION}'
Square brackets in this context indicate a variable name, and tokens are not variables; Tokens always return text, so they go in the "Text" field of your "Set a Text Value" action, rather than the "A variable" field.


Using a timer for your dictation is a perfectly valid way to do it(and it has advantages), but you can also have VoiceAttack wait until there's actually something dictated, before checking what it is:
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Start Dictation Mode (Clearing Dictation Buffer)
Start Loop While : [{DICTATION}] Equals ''
End Loop
Stop Dictation Mode
Say, '{DICTATION}'
The loop will idle(I.E. keep waiting) indefinitely until the "{DICTATION}" token has a value(which is also why the buffer should be cleared first), and allow the command to execute the actions below it as soon as it does.
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Issues / Key combos not holding
« Last post by waldorf on Today at 02:45:15 pm »
Hi

I am trying to use the key combination Shift+Ctrl+A for example, when I try to save it always reverts to
Ctrl+Shift+A
The shift+Ctrl commands are common in P3d and FSX so I can only think that I am missing something simple or
maybe there is a workaround for this.

Thanks
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How Do I? / Say and save data
« Last post by dnthomps@shaw.ca on Today at 10:30:09 am »
This should be part of the basic starter pack but I couldn't find it any where.

When playing ATS or E:D I want to be able to save my current job information so I can recall it as I fly/drive to my next destination. I have the recall part down but can not figure out how to save spoken words to a variable. I have:

Say, 'What is the Job your doing'
Start Dictation Mode (Clearing Dictation Buffer)
Pause 3.1 seconds
Stop Dictation Mode
Set Text [JobName] to [{DICTATION}]
Pause 3.1 seconds
Say, 'Oh your taking a load of {TXT:JobName}'

OK, I know there is a lot wrong here but where do I start trying to figure it out.

Oh: Is there a tutorial someplace that shows how to get the code from these posts into a profile command?

So far no joy.
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Feature Requests / Re: Multiple global hotkeys
« Last post by TwanV on February 19, 2018, 01:27:54 am »
Thanks Pfeil, excellent!
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Issues / Re: More problems
« Last post by KingKoz on February 18, 2018, 10:23:52 am »
I think I have fixed (part) of the issues I have been having. Apparently SHIFT keymaps in DDO are not a good idea. I changed them to ALT keymaps and ddoor seems to work fine now.

Koz
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General Discussion / Re: Side project: Panels
« Last post by CNCfan on February 17, 2018, 10:27:18 pm »
Hi  Trying to play with the Panels  APP. When I start it I get the following:

Unable to start Panels service: The type initializer for 'NHttp.HttpServer' threw an exception.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Profile Uploads / Re: DCS World UH-1H Radio profile
« Last post by Pfeil on February 17, 2018, 03:27:32 am »
I fixed that link, it should work now(It had double quotes around it, so the forum tags were incorrect; 'http://"https://')
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