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Considering it's not happening in every application (it works in the built-in Notepad and Google Chrome), I would think it's a bug. Have you reported this behavior to Dragon?


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Sinus: Free App that is similar to siri: http://raffael.me/sinus/ Change your voice to Samantha in Speech and Dictation to sound like Siri: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZpwYIGrggs


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According to that link, it affects only speed, duration & offline ability, not accuracy. It downloads the database locally to your machine, allowing the Mac itself to do the work, rather than having to send it to Apple. Presumably, though it's not mentioned, the learning accuracy will still improve over time, as it learns from its mistakes.


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http://voicecode.io does exactly what you are describing here and is for Mac. It allows you to extend its grammar resulting in very efficient voice control for programmers. *disclaimer - I'm the creator of VoiceCode


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In Dragon Dictate 4, as in Dragon NaturallySpeaking on Windows, Nuance doesn't let you access the code behind some commands, such as mouse actions. As far as I know AppleScript has no command to trigger a mouse click without specifying where it should click. You can use Extra Suites (10 USD) to extend AppleScript's ability and define the following ...


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OS X Dictation will let you dictate people in your Contacts. Make sure any words you wish to say are included in Contacts (you can place multiple words in the first name or last name fields) and providing you have enabled Enhanced Dictation the words should be available immediately. When dictating, if an alternative word is available, the word will be ...


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Apple says: Enable Dictation Commands Before you can tell your Mac what you want it to do, you need to turn on Dictation Commands. When you enable advanced commands, you can also create your own commands by clicking the Add Command (+) button. This lets you link a spoken phrase to an app, a menu item, a keyboard shortcut, or an Automator ...


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I am not aware of any keyboard shortcut to do so but as a pis aller you can create a Sikuli script that switches from English to French, and another one that switches from French to English, then bind those two scripts to a voice command.


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Solution 1: You can say "Press backspace key" (at least with 10.10). Solution 2: You can define the voice command "backspace" that triggers an automator workflow that sends a delete keystroke: on run {input, parameters} tell application "System Events" keystroke (ASCII character 127) end tell return input end run Solution 3: You can use ...


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You can find the list of the default voice commands here: http://support.apple.com/fr-fr/HT6482 You can find the list of the advanced voice commands here: System > Accessibility > Dictation:



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