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Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 Premium is high-end, and expensive, dictation software. You can use it to compose orally, navigate the Web with just your voice, and more. Dragon speech recognition software is better than ever. Talk and your words appear on the screen. Say commands and your computer obeys. Dragon is 3x faster than typing and it's 99% accurate. Master Dragon right out of the box, and start experiencing big productivity gains immediately. Dragonfly-scripts - My dragonfly. Dragonfly used in conjunction with Natlink. On any applications you want to use when running Dragon naturally speaking.
This repository contains my collection of Python-scripts, that I use with. • A speech recognition framework • A Python package, that can be used in conjuction with Natlink and Dragon NaturallySpeaking. Zoo Tycoon Pc S. So what's Natlink? Natlink is an extension to Dragon NaturallySpeaking to allow scripting beyond the Visual Basic Scripts that the speech recognition program normally supports. I heard of Vocola 2, Unimacro and Voicecode, what's that? Like Dragonfly, they are extensions for writing macros/scripts for Dragon NaturallySpeaking, built on top of Natlink.
They can be used simultaneously with Dragonfly, but it is unclear to what extent, and how stable that is. The installation file for Natlink mentioned below, contains Vocola 2 and Unimacro, but they can easily be activated/deactivated through configuration. Why speech recognition? Due to repetitive strain injury (RSI), I started using speech recognition to be able to control my computer, especially for coding. Dragonfly used in conjunction with Natlink, adds some powerful tools to the speech recognition program. Why Dragonfly?
• It seems to execute much faster than the Visual Basic scripts that Dragon NaturallySpeaking normally supports. • I never could get external files working in Visual Basic scripts, making it hard to write reusable code. • Python, even older versions, trumps Visual Basic scripts any day of the week.
I am a software engineer, lately focused mostly on web development, with Python on the backend. I am currently running Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11 (soon to be 12), on Windows XP 32-bit (soon to be Windows 7, 64-bit). Mafia more. I would rather be sitting on Linux using Vim, but ended up on Windows mostly using Eclipse. For starters I'm using 11, for speech recognition.