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Forum Name: Macros and Macro Development
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Topic: Go to a specific web page
Posted By: Sixwheels
Subject: Go to a specific web page
Date Posted: 15/Jul/2012 at 6:33pm
Windows Vista's speech recognition had a specific capability that is now lost under Windows 7, namely the ability to say "launch {specific web site}", and have the website opened in Internet Explorer.  I would now like to replicate something like that with a macro.  Again, however, I can't seem to get it done.  Does anyone have an idea hell I could manage this? Smile

Posted By: Sixwheels
Date Posted: 15/Jul/2012 at 6:34pm
hell, of course = how. ‹shaking head›

Posted By: Sixwheels
Date Posted: 15/Jul/2012 at 7:36pm
Sorry about posting this now unnecessary thread.  I figured it out on my own, but if anyone is interested in doing the same thing, here is the macro:
<!-- Command macro created with WSRToolkit (Version: 7/15/2012 5:15:36 PM -->
<condition operator="not">
<appIsInForeground processName="WSRToolkit.exe"/>
<listenFor>James go to Facebook</listenFor>
<run command="C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe" params=""/>
<waitFor seconds="5.00" />
<waitFor seconds="1.00" />
<insertText> -
<waitFor seconds="1.00" />
The pauses are probably not necessary, but I like them anyway.  ;-)

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