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Help with setting up and configuring custom user tools in UltraEdit (based on command line input)
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Hi, a newbie here, but long time user of UltraEdit. I have limited use of my hands and typing long sentences/paragraphs is a chore. I use Windows 7 and MS Office 2010. I use Speech Recognition a lot BUT UE seems to be incompatible. When I speak lines no automatic typing occurs. Any help would be appreciated.
My daughter is handicapped and uses Dragon Speaking Naturally for text dictation. My guess is that you use something similar. If so, then you either need to use a speech to text enabled text editor, or contact IDM support to see what needs to be done to enable speech recognition in UltraEdit as it appears to not support that kind of a feature now.
I have been using Dragon Naturally Speaking since 2009 (v10-v11 Professional through 12.5 Home) with UltraEdit as a Notepad replacement with no problem, until now. Up through UltraEdit v21.20 everything was fine. I just upgraded to UltraEdit v24 and find both 32-bit and 64-bit versions to be unusable. The problem is that the cursor is not managed properly so that every pause in speech relocates the cursor to some nearly random location resulting in terribly garbled text. I was about to contact IDM support when I found this thread from three years ago.
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