Talking to the Mouse

Written by Ciel501 on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 14:57 - 0 Comments

Use the Grid

  1. With speech recognition running and listening, say “Mouse Grid” to display the large grid.
  2. Say the number that identifies the region you want to work in to display a small grid for that region.
  3. In the smaller grid, do any of the following :
  • Say “Click” to click in the middle of grid.
  • Say a number on the grid to show a detailed grid of that region.
  • Say “Back” to move back to the larger grid.
  • Say “Cancel” to remove the mouse grid.
  • Say a number and then say “Right-click” to right-click in that region.



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