Dragon NaturallySpeaking-controlled Typing of the Dead: Overkill, with Scottish Slang Dictionary

Dragon NaturallySpeaking-controlled Typing of the Dead: Overkill, with Scottish Slang Dictionary


My recent Typing Of The Dead video reminded
me that I’ve not demonstrated playing this using Dragon for a couple of years. So I’ve
decided on a custom dictionary from the community, and I’ll demonstrate selecting that, and selecting
my level, and going in, entirely with Dragon. Wake up. MouseGrid 5 6 Click MouseGrid 6 4 Click Mouse Left Click Mouse Left Click Mouse Left Double Click Oops MouseGrid 7 1 2 Click Mouse Double-Click MouseGrid 6 4 Double-Click Move mouse up Move mouse left Move mouse left very fast Stop Mouse left click Move mouse left Move mouse left very fast Click Move mouse down very fast Click Move mouse left very fast While the MouseGrid is easy enough to use
when you’re in windowed mode, you might not be able to play like that. And the move mouse commands are little finicky
– they don’t always recognise you when you’re wanting to change directions, click, or even
stop. I generally find it helps to say “stop” when
you’re at the place you need to be, and then say the necessary clicking or direction change
that you want. Double-Click Move mouse upper right very fast Click Move mouse up very fast Stop Stop (again) I’ll stick with Agent MouseGrid 5 5 6 Click Mouse right 10 Click Mouse right 10 Mouse down 10 Click Mouse left click Mouse double-click Mouse down 10 Mouse down 10 Mouse down 10 Mouse left 10 Mouse left click Press Escape Space Skidding muddy Scooby Doo open casket No white and mean Can name Steaming Note that it wouldn’t be – Sing Tab-key Ming Thing Note that there’s no point in me putting
on a Scottish accent for any of these words from the Scottish Slang. Firstly, it would be really offensive. But
secondly, it would just mean my voice recognition software doesn’t recognise me properly, because
it’s used to me speaking like this. [Subtitles stop here, resuming at 14:55] Space Go to sleep So that was tough. It’s no Klingon, but it’s
similar enough to the words in Dragon’s dictionary for there to be a challenge on most of the words.
Keeps you thinking (meaning on your toes). I’m sure there’s more fun to be had in other custom dictionaries. I also strongly appreciate that the words hardly repeated,
which probably means that there’s a couple hundred of them (if not more) so good effort
was put into this dictionary. And as for Dragon, yeah, it works. And playing in windowed mode and using the
MouseGrid is a lot faster for selecting things than the Move Mouse commands, with the exception
of very short distances where you should use the Mouse then Up/Down/Left/Right and then a number. And Mouse Double-Click is sometimes needed
to make clicks register, because the singles don’t always go through.

Daniel Ostrander

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