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    Posted: 02/Apr/2015 at 9:28am
Hi All,

I've been searching for a solution to my problem and it led me to this forum which I searched through but didn't find an answer.

What I would like to do is have WSR stay fixed into one program, even after I click away.  So say Im running Notepad++ and get WSR to start transcribing my voice into text.   As soon as I click onto another application (say a web browser), WSR moves to the new window and stops transcribing.

So is there a with Macros or a way in WSRToolkit or any other way you can think of that will keep WSR locked to one application, letting me say Browse the web or watch a movie, but still have my spoken words transcribed into the text editor?

Thanks a lot.
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Unfortunately, this is not really possible with WSR Macros or with WSR Toolkit. It may be possible through programming the Windows Speech API, but that's beyond the scope of this forum.

You could try reposting your question to this Yahoo Group:

MS-Speech group

-Russ
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