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Re: MCL interface for speech recog on AV Macs?
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- Date: Tue, 5 Oct 1993 03:46:00 +0000
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When Plaintalk recognizes a command, it uses a rule-based system to select an
AppleScript (more generically OSA) script to execute. The rules and the scripts
may be provided with an application, or writtent by the user.
So the trick is to support AppleScript. If you don't, you can use QuicKeys 3.0,
that is OSA-compliant.