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  • 'Command Reference Manual' pdf needs voice command highlighted

    From a repeated user perspective after my inititial read of the whole 'Command Reference Manual' pdf.

    I can find a section easily but for example, but if I want to open the customizer and I cant remember the exact phrase{which is every time}, I can quickly glance at the pdf and the actual spoken phrase doesn't jump out at me from all the white 'samey' text.

    Can ALL the spoken commands be in the colour Green (as that colour is not used in the pdf) and maybe italics with bold (for colour blind people) also.
    Then when we glance at the page its so much easier to spot the actual voice command.

  • Gangrel
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    Originally posted by Pyelot View Post
    I always have hidden disabled.{ Ex PC-DOS 2.0 user ;-) }

    Ahh, the folder " .Voice Commands List" thats more comprehensive . Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

    Any one else need it, it's in the "C:\Program Files (x86)\VoiceAttack\Sounds\hcspack" folder

    Attached is a gimp'ed .png of how it would help having commands highlighted in another colour.
    To be more accurate, this file is in the .Voice Commands List folder of *all* voicepacks (not just. ASTRA).

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  • Pyelot
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    I always have hidden disabled.{ Ex PC-DOS 2.0 user ;-) }

    Ahh, the folder " .Voice Commands List" thats more comprehensive . Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

    Any one else need it, it's in the "C:\Program Files (x86)\VoiceAttack\Sounds\hcspack" folder

    Attached is a gimp'ed .png of how it would help having commands highlighted in another colour.

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  • RoundAbout
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    Hi Pyelot , I know what you talking about.
    I made some txt-files with some phrases on my desktop - So I can easely open and read out the phrases. Feels like learning with flash cards for school
    But it helped for the start and later you get used to it ... and you fly off..... keep fingers cross!

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  • Gangrel
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    Better list of commands though is in the "Voice Commands List" folder (you might have to enable hidden files+folders though in windows explorer to make it appear)

    Noted the request though. No promises though

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