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    Posted: 13/Oct/2008 at 4:02pm
Hello everyone,

I'm pleased (and excited) to announce the completion of:

"WSRMacros: The User's Guide"

A 70-page PDF book that walks you step-by-step through the process of creating (and understanding) speech macros.  It also contains an extensive command reference and "pro-tips" sections.  You will find this to be a comprehensive guide to Windows Speech Recognition Macros.


Read more about it here:

http://www.mymsspeech.com/microphones/prod_details.asp?prodID=231&name=WSRMacrosGuide

Questions and comments welcome.


Brad



Edited by BradT - 17/Oct/2008 at 10:16am
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<mouse button=”right” command=”click” modifierKeys=”%” position=”100,100” positionStyle=”absolute”/>

Can I modify this command to simply right-click?  No positioning, no ALT key?
Or a better question....how do I enter a 'right-click' in a command Macro?  I tried the sendKeys with APPLICATION, but it is not in the Special Keys list.
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Originally posted by CapnBuck

<mouse button=”right” command=”click” modifierKeys=”%” position=”100,100” positionStyle=”absolute”/>
Can I modify this command to simply right-click?  No positioning, no ALT key?
Or a better question....how do I enter a 'right-click' in a command Macro?  I tried the sendKeys with APPLICATION, but it is not in the Special Keys list.
Bill
 
<sendKeys>{{SHIFT}}{F10}</sendKeys>
 
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