For as long has I've been using NaturallySpeaking (currently 6.0
Preferred), it has had a terrible time recognizing commands like
"tchoose one" in a Spell dialog box. Sometimes it does fine; sometimes
it gets in a "mood" where it misrecognizes the command over and over,
and I end up having to use the arrow keys in every case.
Today it occurred to me that this behavior really isn't connected to
overall performance. When overall recognition is poor, command
recognition is poor, but when overall recognition is good, command
recognition may also be good or may be dismal.
This is particularly puzzling to me because the menu commands are a
"semi-controlled vocabulary": one can say anything in a Spell dialog
box, but the listed commands are by far the most likely responses. The
program should be able to recognize them better than random responses,
Have other people noticed this type of problem? Does anyone have
insight into the causes and possible cures?
My mail address is jsachs177 at earthlink dot net.