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Plugin Discussions / Re: Can't enable plugin support
« Last post by Pfeil on Today at 06:20:32 pm »
If you do have a plugin, make sure it's in a subdirectory of the Apps folder. Otherwise, VoiceAttack will ignore it.

E.G. "Apps\Plugin\Plugin.dll" will load, "Apps\Plugin.dll" will not.
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Plugin Discussions / Re: Can't enable plugin support
« Last post by LigerXT5 on Today at 06:09:59 pm »
Plugin support is enabled, do you have plugins for it to load?

If there isn't any, I don't think the function enables automatically.
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Plugin Discussions / Re: bindED Error - Root Element is Missing
« Last post by LigerXT5 on Today at 06:03:47 pm »
I've had the same exact issue, and it's quit easy to resolve.

The bind app can not import a file, as it doesn't exist. Sounds strange, but it's true.
What you need to do is go into Elite Dangerous, open the keybindings, make a change, save, if need be revert it back and save again.
Close Elite and reload the profile (close voice attack, switch profiles, what ever). No need to re-import the profile.

To explain further as to why the keybindings file, what the bind app pulls the keybindings from, doesn't exist, it's due no changes, so no need to create a file, if all your controls are default. So by making a change, you're creating a custom set of keybindings.

If you read the readme, though it doesn't say anything about troubleshooting the bind app, if you watch the video it links to for setting keybindings to none-secondary keybind column, you will create a new custom keybind file, as I mentioned above.

This issue caused me a lot of issues until I realized it. I had to go to where the plugin refers to when I wanted to manually assign it a file, only to find the folder completely empty.

I hope this helps you, and many other people.

See you out in combat some time! www.twitch.tv/ligerxt5
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VoiceAttack full release version v1.6.5 is now available.

Thanks again to all that work hard at trying out VoiceAttack and provide valuable feedback.

Hope you are having a great weekend!

Current version installer:  http://www.voiceattack.com/currentinstaller
Current version zipped: http://www.voiceattack.com/currentzipped

As always, release notes are here:
http://www.voiceattack.com/changes



If, for whatever reason, you are not able to use this version, here are links to some recent versions:

Version v1.6.2 installer: http://www.voiceattack.com/filesend.aspx?id=voiceattackinstaller_162.exe
Version v1.6.2 zipped:  http://www.voiceattack.com/filesend.aspx?id=voiceattackinstaller_162.zip

Version v1.5.12 installer: http://www.voiceattack.com/filesend.aspx?id=voiceattackinstaller_1512.exe
Version v1.5.12 zipped:  http://www.voiceattack.com/filesend.aspx?id=voiceattack_1512.zip

Version v1.5.8 installer: http://www.voiceattack.com/filesend.aspx?id=voiceattackinstaller_158.msi
Version v1.5.8 zipped:  http://www.voiceattack.com/filesend.aspx?id=voiceattack_158.zip

Version v1.5.7 installer:  http://www.voiceattack.com/filesend.aspx?id=voiceattackinstaller_157.msi
Version v1.5.7 zipped:  http://www.voiceattack.com/filesend.aspx?id=voiceattack_157.zip
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General Discussion / Re: Anniversary Date
« Last post by Gary on Today at 01:49:46 pm »
Well, the VoiceAttack project was officially started in 2007 as a way to just get WoW's, 'Medallion of the Alliance' executed when my hands were busy.  That worked pretty well, so it didn't take long to just start incorporating everything else (bags, map, mount, etc. and then macros).  It was shared among friends for a good while and then somebody suggested selling it ;)  The official release date as a, 'product' was in October of 2009.  So, as a thing it's about ten years old, but as software you can buy, it's about 7 1/2.
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General Discussion / Anniversary Date
« Last post by Lensman on Today at 11:44:36 am »
As the topic states, i was wondering what the "official" anniversary date for Voice Attack is. I was talking to someone about this recently, and could not remember how old the program was...

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks!
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Profile Uploads / DCS World F5 Freedom Fighter Profile
« Last post by Joseph Glynn on May 27, 2017, 12:19:49 pm »
My first attempt at a profile for Voice Attack

I have included the ability to change the Tacan Channel via voice and also set the UHF radio via voice.

With this profile you should be able to do a complete startup via voice.

I need someone to help test it and make suggestions on things to add or bugs you may find.

Uploaded a video made using the profile.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Io6W5tedqvU&feature=youtu.be

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Profile Uploads / Small Worlds Expedition Profile
« Last post by Lensman on May 27, 2017, 12:43:27 am »
Hi All

I created a voice attack profile for anyone who will be taking part in the 2nd Small Worlds Expedition. A few notes about the profile are below:

1)  this was very much a "rush" project i had everything done within 3 days, so please be constructive with the criticism. Let me know what the mistakes or errors are, and i will do my best to correct them. 
2) this profile is largely based on the Nebula Tours profiles you will find in some of the HCS Voice Packs, (notably Orion, Obsidian, and Astra).
3) the Profile contains rendezvous times and dates in a ((way-point)) command that can be easily edited (I hope), if needed.

There is a read me for using the profile included, as well as a document detailing a request I have for the event. 

Thanks for reading and testing!
Lensman
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How Do I? / Re: Conditional implementation based on variable cooldowns
« Last post by Gary on May 26, 2017, 08:38:23 pm »
Thanks, bud.  I'll touch it up.
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How Do I? / Re: Conditional implementation based on variable cooldowns
« Last post by Pfeil on May 26, 2017, 08:28:04 pm »
All appears to be working now.

Though, I feel that the tooltip isn't quite clear, in that an integer(whole) number is used directly, whereas anything else(including non-integer token output) is used as a variable name.

E.G.
Code: [Select]
Set date [test] value to 1/01/2001 0:00:00
Set integer [1] value to 5
Set date [test] to [test] plus [1] hours
Write '[Blue] {TIME:test}' to log
or
Code: [Select]
Set date [test] value to 1/01/2001 0:00:00
Set integer [1] value to 5
Set date [test] to [test] plus [{EXP:1}] hours
Write '[Blue] {TIME:test}' to log
Will write "1:00" to the log

Whereas
Code: [Select]
Set date [test] value to 1/01/2001 0:00:00
Set integer [1.1] value to 5
Set date [test] to [test] plus [1.1] hours
Write '[Blue] {TIME:test}' to log
or
Code: [Select]
Set date [test] value to 1/01/2001 0:00:00
Set integer [1.1] value to 5
Set date [test] to [test] plus [{EXP:1.1}] hours
Write '[Blue] {TIME:test}' to log
Will write "5:00" to the log

Currently I would infer from the tooltip, which states "Indicate a large integer variable or token here to use in your calculation", that the input field either takes a variable name or a token, not a direct value.

The VoiceAttackHelp.pdf section on "Set a Date/Time Value", which states "Note that this input box can contain a large integer variable, as well as any combination of tokens that may resolve into an integer.", doesn't explicitly point out that any integer number will not be resolved to a variable name either, but I'm not sure whether anyone names their variables in this manner.


As an aside, the VoiceAttackHelp.pdf section on "Set a Date/Time Value", still has the screenshot showing numeric-only input.
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