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    Posted: 06/Apr/2015 at 10:07am
Hey there,

I'm using WSRMacros a lot. I'm using it to open image-files through speech-commands. Speech Recognition takes a lot of "false positives" and is all the time "pressing TAB key" or something similar. Is there an easy way to disable all the windows native commands from speech? I only ever need to open the image-files through WSRMacros.
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I don't think there is a way to disable the Windows native speech commands, but there is a way to raise the priority of individual WSR macros. This will raise particular macros in the "pecking order," which will make them more likely to be executed over similar things you say.

I've included an example below from Internet Explorer. The priority number can be from 0 (zero, lowest) to 127 (highest).

-Russ

<command priority="100">
<listenFor>close tab</listenFor>
<sendKeys>{{CTRL}}w</sendKeys>
</command>
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Originally posted by russ

I don't think there is a way to disable the Windows native speech commands, but there is a way to raise the priority of individual WSR macros. This will raise particular macros in the "pecking order," which will make them more likely to be executed over similar things you say.

I've included an example below from Internet Explorer. The priority number can be from 0 (zero, lowest) to 127 (highest).

-Russ

<command priority="100">
<listenFor>close tab</listenFor>
<sendKeys>{{CTRL}}w</sendKeys>
</command>

Thank you! I'll try this out.
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