Input abbreviations by voice

A new pseudo-command to make uppercase letters has been added to the voice notebook. Unlike other voice commands in Speechpad, set in the https://speechpad.pw/commands.php module, this command is set in the https://speechpad.pw/words.php module. It has the code #1#. To use the command in SpeechPad, set the Replaced words for it. For example, I set the words: big letter as the replaced words in the picture below.

setting pseudo command

Now, whenever I say big letter a during recording, the next transcribed letter a will be uppercase. Neither the words big letter, nor the command string #1# will appear in the result area, only A.

I think this-pseudo command is not very important for English, because Google makes single letters and abbreviations uppercase by default, and treats proper names correctly in English. However, can be very useful for other languages, such as Russian.

4 thoughts on “Input abbreviations by voice

  1. Jack Avery

    It would be nice if you didn’t have to ask for permission to use the microphone every time, or at least, open the buttons where you right click on a field to be inputted not across the screen elsewhere.

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  2. Yusuf Akcan

    do we have a way to add to the prgramme new names like drugs.
    For example salofalk, zyrtec ect to use them in turkish.

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    1. admin Post author

      You can add new names in the terms page in your user account. But the quantity of these replacements must not be very big, because it may slow down the Speech Pad.

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