Speech Recognition and or Applescript

Thomas McGrath III 3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Tue Nov 21 21:35:03 CST 2006


Joshua,

The stack that Jacqueline recommended is one I uploaded and doe give  
a fair example of speech.

The Say and listen in Rev stack has a couple of examples to play with  
using Speech recognition from within Revolution. There are of course  
ways to control this also from outside of Revolution as well but  
since Rev can handle the calls it seems more straight forward to do  
it from within.

If you have any questions feel free to ask them,

Tom

On Nov 21, 2006, at 6:10 PM, J. Landman Gay wrote:

> Joshua Snyder wrote:
>> This is the third time I have tried to ask this question..... and  
>> so far, it  has not shown up on the list.
>> I am working on a small "Hobby" application,  and I find that I  
>> want to make it "speakable",   or perhaps AppleScriptable,  since  
>> the speakable items folder is populated with AppleScripts.
>> I know that AppleScript and SpeachRecognition is an Apple only  
>> feature.,   and I am OK with that,   and I have also found that  
>> the RunRev IDE has 2 entries in it's AppleScript dictionary,   
>> However, I can not seem to get the "Do Script" to actually execute  
>> any of my scripts.  And my standalone Apps have nothing available  
>> in there AppleScript Dictionaries,   so there is SOME sort of  
>> missing piece.
>> any clues I might follow?
>
> I haven't looked at it, but there is an example stack on RevOnline.  
> Go the user spaces, choose to view by category, then "programming"  
> and then look for "Say and listen in Rev" near the top of the list.
>
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> HyperActive Software           |     http://www.hyperactivesw.com
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