Voice-enabled buttons highlight rather than click with Dragon
Last reviewed: 1/24/2008
PRB Article ID: P010803
The information in this article applies to:
- Chant SpeechKit 5
Dragon highlights and moves the cursor to a voice-enabled button defined as a command resource instead of simulating a click.
The Dragon compatibility flag was used when instantiating the Dragon objects for a command vocabulary.
Fixed in SpeechKit 5 build 22.214.171.124 (Win32). Fixed in SpeechKit 4 build 126.96.36.199.
The default now is not to set the compatibility flag so voice-enabling UI elements function properly. The following ChantNumberProperty constants can be used to set the runtime state for Dragon:
- CNPEngineUI. Default value is 0 that indicates no tray microphone is displayed. Set to 1 to make it visible.
- CNPAdaptationOn. Default value is 0 that indicates Dragon navigation compatibility is disabled. Set to 1 to enable.
- CNPEnabled. Default value is 0 that indicates no Dragonbar is displayed. Set to 1 to make it visible (SpeechKit 5 only).
Component Formats Impacted
All component formats.