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  • Mwillis
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    Originally posted by CFGuy View Post
    Definately read the syntax guide.


    To give you an example of what can be done, here is a trigger phrase that I use in weatherxml.
    PHP Code:
    <get|tell|check|whats|what is>  [<me|the|this>] <todays|tonights|tomorrows|sundays|mondays|tuesdays|wednesdays|thursdays|fridays|saturdays|next> [<two|three|four|five>  days] <temperature|weather|forecast> [<for|in>] [<Basehor|Follow Me Note 3|Branson>] 
    To get this one event trigger as every possible phrase with no speak syntax would require over 11000 hard coded phrases.
    This is an extreme example and the majority of what I use is not this complex.

    Here is a shorter one.
    PHP Code:
    <pause the movie|pause blue ray|pause disk
    This give me 3 possible phrases in one event trigger.


    The problem is the only Kinect, and windows microphones work with the speak syntax. Android and iphone with HSTouch doesn't use it. HomeSeer integration with Alexa doesn't use it.
    Yes I use weatherXML. I have gotten it to work. What I am trying to get down to is the most efficient way of setting all this up.

    Like making a global event that uses var's. I would like it to be something like "Lights" or "lights on" and it work in any room with the Kinect. and toggle it. so you just say lights. and if they are on. they go off. if they are off they go on.

    I am still testing things out. I also have a xap800 to handle output and input routing. I have a custom script from another user.
    I am trying to figure out the best way to get all this to work together where it can handle multiple commands from different areas at the same time.

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  • CFGuy
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    Originally posted by Mwillis View Post
    I am wanting ideas of how people are creating events.

    Is there an easier way. Or do I really have to create single events for everything and try to think of every possible way someone may say the command. How do you make this practical for everyday users?

    Definately read the syntax guide.


    To give you an example of what can be done, here is a trigger phrase that I use in weatherxml.
    PHP Code:
    <get|tell|check|whats|what is>  [<me|the|this>] <todays|tonights|tomorrows|sundays|mondays|tuesdays|wednesdays|thursdays|fridays|saturdays|next> [<two|three|four|five>  days] <temperature|weather|forecast> [<for|in>] [<Basehor|Follow Me Note 3|Branson>] 
    To get this one event trigger as every possible phrase with no speak syntax would require over 11000 hard coded phrases.
    This is an extreme example and the majority of what I use is not this complex.

    Here is a shorter one.
    PHP Code:
    <pause the movie|pause blue ray|pause disk
    This give me 3 possible phrases in one event trigger.


    The problem is the only Kinect, and windows microphones work with the speak syntax. Android and iphone with HSTouch doesn't use it. HomeSeer integration with Alexa doesn't use it.

    Leave a comment:


  • spud
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    have you read the voice recognition syntax guide ? using multiple choice, optional words, wildcards, etc... can help a lot to avoid to create too many events.

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  • Mwillis
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    I am wanting ideas of how people are creating events.

    Is there an easier way. Or do I really have to create single events for everything and try to think of every possible way someone may say the command. How do you make this practical for everyday users?

    Leave a comment:


  • Mwillis
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    shareing is careing

    Hey guys.

    I just wanted to ask if anyone that is using allot of VR to share what they have come up with.

    commands, setups, anything that is helpful
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