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Issues / bindED error / plugin error HCS voice pack Astra
« Last post by Specta on Today at 10:26:03 pm »
Hello to all,

I really love Voice Attack, thanks you.

Excuse my english If I made mistake, it is not my native language.

I'm using Voice attack V 1.6.1.

I have an ERROR:

(red dot) bindED Error - La référence d'objet n'est pas définie à une instance d'un objet.

It is French.

I transladed the Astra profile 2.0 full house  guardians plugin : translation english to French.

I used [Brackets], maybe too much brackets in a spoken phrase.

I apllied and Voice attack had no response (I waited 10 minutes).

Since this crash, when I quit voice attack, I can't restart it because the voice attack Processus is not closed.

VoiceAttack (32 bits) process stay in the background process.

I have to kill the process if I want to launch VA again.

If i disable PLUGIN support in the VA option, VA works great, no process in background when I quit and I have No error message.

Before the crash, VA had no problem with the HCS voice pack "Astra 2.0 Full House Guardians plugin", Since the crash It seems that I can't enable plugin without error.

I uninstalled Voice Attack, HCS voice pack, Guardians plugins. And I reinstalled, No EFFECTS, same error.

Can you Help me please ?

VoiceAttackFault.txt
21/01/2017 06:12:45 - Plugin exit exception (HCS Voice Packs - Elite Dangerous Journal Reader v1.0 - for VA v1.5.14+): Une exception a été levée par la cible d'un appel.

Windows 10 Pro 64b (fresh install few weeks ago)
12 Gb DDR3
GTX 970 4Gb
MB: Asus P8 Z77 V-LX
I7 2600k 3.8 Ghz
AVG antivirus (voice attack Folder in exception)
Voice ATTACK 1.6.1 ADMIN RIGHT
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How Do I? / text to speech commands/flow
« Last post by neosky5k on Today at 08:09:05 pm »
Any one know how to control the flow of speech?  I know there is Rate, but that is over the whole text.  I need some thing that controls what it's saying on a specific line.

Also anyone know the hidden commands, tokens and such?

I'm trying to have my T2S say something but she says it too fast and it sounds bad, but the second line it sounds fine...
using {txt:X}.  I've tried , ? . all these to change the tone, but it only works on the second line.
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Feature Requests / Re: Format INTs or DECs with commas
« Last post by omega9380 on Today at 06:11:47 pm »
Looks like you don't need "ToString" after calling the decimal.  The code would be:

Code: [Select]
VA.SetText("OutputDecimal", String.Format("{0:N0}", VA.GetDecimal("InputDecimal")));
If you run ToString on GetDecimal, the formatting doesn't work.  Without it, it runs perfect!
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Fascinating, how well it works. I cannot thank you enough!
And as I have seen, you even managed to get that {CMD}-thingy to be patched in the future, so that it will even work with this code:

Code: [Select]
Execute command, 'Always listen' (by name) (and wait until it completes)
Thank you!! :)
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How Do I? / Hardpoint commands
« Last post by Incurable-Rash on Today at 11:41:10 am »
Is there a way to have a command, after deploying the hardpoints, keep track of which hardpoint your using and know what has been assigned to that hardpoint.
I have tried to mod the comms commands and the side panel command to get this to work by no luck, maybe because I don't know what I doing.
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Feature Requests / Re: Format INTs or DECs with commas
« Last post by FireSammy on Today at 08:47:01 am »
Thank you Pfeil, i'll get back on that asap, but oki eerh... bare with me here please for a sec (sweat pouring from mi forehead again)... :P

referring to the forum "Text Tokens in VA" -post
http://voiceattack.com/smf/index.php?topic=31.0

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{CONDFORMAT:conditionName} - This returns the same value as {COND}, but the value
is formatted with commas (for TTS). This used to be the default behavior of {COND}, but,
since the introduction of the {EXP} token, this token had to be created.

{SMALLFORMAT:variableName} - This returns the same value as {SMALL}, but the value
is formatted with commas (for TTS). This used to be the default behavior of {SMALL}, but,
since the introduction of the {EXP} token, this token had to be created.

{INTFORMAT:variableName} - This returns the same value as {INT}, but the value is
formatted with commas (for TTS). This used to be the default behavior of {INT}, but,
since the introduction of the {EXP} token, this token had to be created.

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First question:
Where is the "{DECFORMAT:variableName} - This returns the same value as {DEC}, but the value is
formatted with commas (for TTS). This used to be the default behavior of {DEC}, but,
since the introduction of the {EXP} token, this token had to be created"???

First suggestion:
I would see this useful, more clear, and even more useful than the existing ones above. If i understood the omega9380's post correctly, this is exactly what he is asking, and i support that fully. Even if this variable is/can be interpreted being the same as {INTFORMAT:variableName}, (which i simply cannot understand being the same just by looking at it) it should be added because of this reason alone, please make this {DECFORMAT:variableName} variable, thank you :)

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Second question(s):
Sorry for my ignorance, but English is not my mother language (EU/Finland) and these math codes (commas and punctuation's) are really not my area of expertise yet (newbie)... Just making sure I've understood these correctly. Are the existing variables above (if worked as meant to work -not a bug) so-posed to convert the given value from the default form, for example:

Number 1 converted to 1. aka 1st = Then TTS speech engine should understand this as an ordinal number 'First'? Right? :o :P (I guess not... Been typing this all day trying to make sense out of this and i think i see my mistake here now)

Or, it's just adding a comma(s) there without any expected change to the TTS speech engines pronounciacion/way of saying that value, but only when given longer/bigger numbers, especially with decimal digits, it would be converting the numbers for example 1,234,567 as according to this link:

http://englishplus.com/grammar/00000087.htm

If/when this is indeed the case, i think there is definitely a need for additional types of -spoken "FORMAT" variables if/when adding the comma(s) (described above) is all that this current variable does. I'll make a separate suggestions post for that issue later...

Anyways, therefore, second related suggestion following:

For example the {CONDFORMAT:conditionName} variable description - This returns the same value as {COND}, but the value is formatted with commas (", for example: In numbers of more than three digits, converts/adds commas after every third digit from right to left 1,234,567 for both, text output and spoken speech (TTS). Note: Not to be confused with different TTS spoken ordinal number formats"). This used to be the default behavior of {COND}, but, since the introduction of the {EXP} token, this token had to be created.

("This") should be added to the explanation section of the variables using "FORMAT" -preventing any unnecessary misunderstandings in the future, please, thank you. Just mentioning the (for TTS) got me completely off track here, in other words, misleading, thinking it would convert numbers into TTS spoken ordinal number format with commas added :P

Please correct me if i got this completely wrong guys :o
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Issues / Re: Voice Attack v1.6.1.0 random crashes
« Last post by Garr-Song on Today at 05:37:25 am »
Left my computer on all night, VA still running this morning, so disabling the joysticks seems to be the workaround for me. 

Although I notice that the X-56 software is running in the background on this windows build, where I never used to run it previously, so maybe there is a clash there.
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Feature Requests / Re: Format INTs or DECs with commas
« Last post by Pfeil on Today at 03:29:27 am »
If you need it right now, you should be able to do it using inline C#:
Code: [Select]
Set decimal [InputDecimal] value to 143214324324320,00000
Inline C# Function:
Write '[Purple] {TXT:OutputDecimal}' to log

Where the inline function contains
Code: [Select]
using System;

public class VAInline
{
public void main()
{
            VA.SetText("OutputDecimal", String.Format("{0:n0}", VA.GetDecimal("InputDecimal").ToString()));
      }
}

Problem is I can't test it, because I don't use the same formatting you do, so try it and let me know what the output looks like(note that it won't return any decimal places).
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Feature Requests / Re: Format INTs or DECs with commas
« Last post by FireSammy on Today at 02:19:08 am »
I fully support this omega9380!!

Just having a same problem with shis TTS -thingy. Currently trying this variable {SMALLFORMAT:nameofthesmallint} to be said/spoken, but there is absolutely no difference to {SMALL:nameofthesmallint} how it's been said/interpreted by the speech engine

EDIT: Just tested to write it using the {SMALLFORMAT:nameofthesmallint} variable into the VA log, and the result is quite clear,- as it types it/ it is written in number format,- not commas format. I would call this a bug  :P

Anyways, I found a website related to this for web designer coding stuff (i simply don't know how to figure out a workaround until we get a new variable fix for this...) Check examples plz:

3.5 Cardinal number
3.6 Ordinal number

https://www.w3.org/TR/ssml-sayas/#S3.5
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Feature Requests / Re: "Execute by name" with a specific phrase
« Last post by Pfeil on Today at 12:18:31 am »
Yummy!

Wait...this is soap



Thanks, Gary! ;)
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