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Hiding speech feedback window
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May 5, 2002, 04:34 PM
 
I started toying around with Speech Recognition in conjunction with AppleScript. All my AS actually "say" something, so I don't need the visual feedback offered by the feedback window when Speech Recognition is on.

The problem is that I don't see anyway to hide it away, since I don't need it, apart of putting it in a corner, off the monitor limits. I tried to play into Speech Recognition resources but that didn't help. Is there any other (more elegant) way to hide that feedback window away?

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May 7, 2002, 07:31 PM
 
I've spent hours using it, so I've a pretty good grasp...

No you can't completely hide the feedback window. The best you can do is minimize it in a way that the speech isn't showing. Idealy the best way to save screen space is to use the colored lights, which is what I used the last time I played around with it...

I actually like the feedback window, I just don't have screen space for it...
     
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May 7, 2002, 11:25 PM
 
OK! Well thanks for your reply, I won't have to spend more time to find a way to hide that window. In my case, I suppose I do have enough workspace, it's only that I like it clean. One bar on the top, another one for A-Dock with a minimized skin, and that's all.

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