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Hi there

I'm trying to use SpeechLib with my project to respond to specific commands within my program using speech recognition.

Every time I initialize the speech recognition section of the code, it starts the Windows 7 Speech Recognition which then tries to listen to everything I say, including stupid commands like minimize the program or exit application.

Is there a way that I can force it to only listen to a set of commands that I specify?

Currently I am using
menuRule.InitialState.AddWordTransition(null, "command here", " ", SpeechGrammarWordType.SGLexical, "command here", 1, ref PropValue, 1.0F)


to add commands, then
MIDL
grammar.Rules.Commit();
grammar.CmdSetRuleState("MenuCommands", SpeechRuleState.SGDSActive);

to finalize them

Any help would be most appreciated! Thanks!
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Updated 27-May-10 13:48pm
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Charithmax 31-May-10 23:25pm    
Hey,

I'm having the same problem in windows 7.
I'm too looking for an answer.

Thanks.

1 solution

You could use the listbox-example of the [MS Windows SDK for Win 7]
 
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