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XVoice

XVoice enables speech to text translation for many X applications. XVoice will accept continuous speech input from IBM's ViaVoice SDK for Linux, and then re-target the resulting text at many X applications. It provides a GUI, which can be voice controlled, to select the target application, and control dictation and commands.

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  •  17 Mar 2000 19:30

    Release Notes: BNF grammars and context grammars (so you can say things like "delete 12 words" or have an FTP voice grammar loaded automatically when you run FTP by voice), a simplified GNOME-based GUI which allows faster switching between applications, better error handling, voice control of warning dialogs, and general code scrubbing.

    •  30 Nov 1999 18:20

      Release Notes: Support for "command grammars" which allows voice commands to access application-specific functions such as opening files, and access to spellchecking and any other function of an application by using key combinations.

      •  24 May 1999 09:33

        Release Notes: Fixed some compilation problems on certain systems, added better punctuation and paragraph handling and added rudimentary correction support.

        •  22 May 1999 16:44

          Release Notes: First announcement.

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