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Topic Title: Offering: Cory J - Correct That
Topic Summary: A replacement for Nuance's "Correct That" dialog
Created On: 09/01/2020 12:25 PM
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 Offering: Cory J - Correct That   - Edgar - 09/01/2020 12:25 PM  
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31 August 2020 THIS IS A FIRST LOOK - most functionality is working. I'm still struggling with the layout to make it both font-sensitive and easy to use - it works fine at default settings. With extremely large fonts on low resolution monitors it is impossible to avoid having scrollbars; this is also a problem if the user resizes the window (this goes for the primary Correct That window and all the dialogs). If you make a lot of major changes to the GUI (font sizing, localization, window sizing etc.) and things get irretrievably ugly don't hesitate to reset the application to defaults (there is a button on the Preferences dialog and you can delete the Settings folder.

I've attached two files: a Readme text file with all the details and directions; a zipped file which contains just the application and its text files.

The Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Solution can be downloaded here:

[EDIT 2 September 2020] I just found a minor bug - only about half the localized strings will be updated <frown>. A trivial fix - will get on it tomorrow…


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