[Wine] Naturally speaking under wine help needed

Austin English austinenglish at gmail.com
Sat May 30 23:46:50 CDT 2009

On Sat, May 30, 2009 at 11:32 PM, Eric S. Johansson <esj at harvee.org> wrote:
> Austin English wrote:
>> The active app is never a windows application, right? Is the
>> application always launched before notepad, or can it be launched
>> after notepad?
> In theory, it could be anything in Windows or wine. The important difference
> is that we can use NaturallySpeaking's built-in tools to dictate into any
> wine resident application (which is why dictating into notepad works)
> The way things work now, the target application can be launched at any time
> up to the point where I need to paste the data. There is no coupling in the
> current environment. The current line of thinking is that binding an
> instance of the editor to an instance of the application would be a good
> thing so that you could work in multiple applications and even leave
> partially dictated thoughts in the editors while you go do something else.
> The example this would be working on code or documentation as your long-term
> process and then you get a phone call or an instant message they need to
> deal with right away. You would then just switch to the new application,
> bind a NaturallySpeaking connection to that application and then dictate
> away. When you are done with the introduction, you return to where you were
> and you haven't lost any data.
> Also, please don't think that all of these state changes need to be manual.
> They really should be as automatic as possible so that I can bring up an
> application and start dictating. I shouldn't need to do anything else to
> make it possible for the text or the grammar driven command and control to
> reach my target application.
> --- eric
> Speech recognition at work. It makes mistakes, I correct some

To list as well:

You may be able to use AutoHotKey to cut and paste for you more
automatically (http://www.autohotkey.com/).


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