[Athen] Voice Recognition on the Macintosh
rspangler1 at udayton.edu
Mon Oct 5 11:06:10 PDT 2020
Thanks for this, Wink. I'd like to add that MacOS Catalina or later must
be installed on the Mac before the Voice Control feature will be
available. Also, Dragon is no longer supported on Mac.
On Mon, Oct 5, 2020 at 1:45 PM foreigntype at gmail.com <foreigntype at gmail.com>
> David et al ATHEN-ites
> Here's a very well done tutorial on how to use the voice commands to
> control the iPad or other Mac devices. It includes a "cheat sheet" for
> what-can-I-say commands, how to activate a numbered screen grid for
> navigating the screen by voice, and lots more.
> Wink Harner
> Accessibility Consultant/Alternative Text Production
> The Foreign Type
> Portland OR
> foreigntype at gmail.com
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> quirks, misrecognitions, or errata .
> On Mon, Oct 5, 2020 at 10:21 AM Schwarte, David M. <schwarte at purdue.edu>
>> Hello Everyone,
>> I have a student who needs to use voice recognition on the Macintosh for
>> both typing and mouse commands. It has been a few years since I have
>> looked into this. We used to have a license for Dragon NaturallySpeaking
>> for Macintosh. I think the current best option would be to use the build
>> in voice recognition. . Is this still true? If so, are there any good
>> tutorials for learning to use the voice command features on the Mac? I
>> remember this being somewhat confusing, when I looked at it, since there
>> was a separate utility for commands and a Siri for voice.
>> David Schwarte
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