On 6/6/2012 1:09 PM, V Stuart Foote wrote:
If your speech recognition driver is a Java component serviced by the
Oracle Java Access Bridge Jamal Mazrui's JWin installer process will
correctly handle registration of both 32-bit and 64-bit JAB JAR
apparently it isn't. I think I'm going to have to wait until I get the latest
version. I think they created their own bridge.
If you need us to poke around with it, let us know what speech
recognition package you are using, is it an open source project,
freeware or commercial product?
I'm using NaturallySpeaking 10.1. it works rather well for speech recognition
purposes but nuance is less than enlightened when it comes to disabled people
taking care of their own needs. my motto is that disability interfaces are
defined by what the disabled user needs and not what the software developer is
willing to supply.
Thanks for the help.
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