How to start?
After you did the configuration, at least enabled NatLink, and restarted Dragon the window Messages from NatLink should show up, and give a couple of lines of text. If not, NatLink is not enabled properly.
- In order to start with Vocola 2, consult the Vocola website.
- There is now also support for several Non-English Languages, and the use of English AND these other languages alternatively.
- Study the rest of this website... especially the grammars section.
- In order to start more smooth with Unimacro, in this release a lot of grammars (python files, ending with .py) have been moved into the folder DisabledGrammars. So you do not get all grammars at once.
- Go to your Unimacro folder (the "UserDirectory"), which you configured in the GUI. See what grammars are on. You can also say "Show All Grammars" to get an overview of all active Unimacro grammars. Move away grammars you don't want. Toggle the microphone after you have finished this step.
- Note: there are also python files which must be left in this directory. Only move out python files that start with underscore "_", but leave _control.py always in the Unimacro directory.
If you want to use for example the folders grammar just say show folders to get, in a text file, explanation on this grammar. If you want to edit things say edit folders.
Say show active grammars to get a window with all active grammars of Unimacro. Note, Vocola 2 grammars (like _vocola_main) are not in this window.
All possible grammars
Say show all grammars, and/or browse in the grammars section of this website for more information on the different grammars.
Go - in the windows explorer - to the UserDirectory of Unimacro(and NatLink), and move grammar files from the folder DisabledGrammars into this UserDirectory. Toggle the microphone and the grammar should be active.
Grammars you can start with include tasks, folders, firefox browsing.
When you're confident with these, try for example lines,
For more specialised things look in brackets
, repeat. Some of these grammars need more documentation and more development.
An other way to look into the properties of a grammar, goes with show grammar_name (eg show folders). A temporary txt file will be opened with actual information, including words in all commands lists and the grammar rules.
If you want to change general options or words in a commands list, edit grammar_name and edit the file that is then opened.
Switching on or off
In the [general] section, important is the initial on option.
initial on = 1
You can set this option to 1 or T to switch on, but also, more easy, with the command switch on grammar_name.
The opposite is switch off grammar_name, with as result:
initial on = 0
See more on this in the _control grammar.