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Topic Title: CorrectThat 0.0.4 beta
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Created On: 12/24/2020 12:06 PM
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 CorrectThat 0.0.4 beta   - Edgar - 12/24/2020 12:06 PM  
 CorrectThat 0.0.4 beta   - R. Wilke - 12/24/2020 01:00 PM  
 CorrectThat 0.0.4 beta   - Edgar - 12/24/2020 01:23 PM  
 CorrectThat 0.0.4 beta   - R. Wilke - 12/24/2020 02:15 PM  
 CorrectThat 0.0.4 beta   - Edgar - 12/25/2020 11:25 AM  
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Edgar
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24 December 2020 THIS IS A FOURTH LOOK

Just the application:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/mjagyztdh892qo0/CorrectThat%200.0.4Bapp.zip?dl=0

the complete Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 solution:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/rey31ocjum8ml4t/CorrectThat%200.0.4Bsolution.zip?dl=0

The complete "Readme…" file is included with either of the above downloads.

New for version 0.0.4beta: Recently, I have been working on a "spelling checker" mode. A typical Dragon® vocabulary consists of something in the neighborhood of 50,000 words; CorrectThat has a basic vocabulary of almost 170,000 words in its vocabulary.txt file. There is an additional file (unabridged.rtf, and a currently-unused unabridged.txt duplication, which includes all the words in the vocabulary.txt text file) which contains over 470,000 words. This mode can be accessed from the "Tools" menu's "Unabridged…" item. The concept is fairly simple - highlight a single word in the "String To Correct:" text field and exercise the "unabridged" menu item. A new dialog opens presenting the entire 470,000-word unabridged list of words with the closest match selected and centered vertically in the dialog. This list is read-only but you can copy any entry to the clipboard. The eventual goal might be to automatically paste any selected entry in this dialog over the selected word in the "String To Correct:" field.



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 12/24/2020 01:00 PM
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Sorry to rain on your parade, but the default vocabulary in Dragon starts with more than 150,000 words, and any time you engage the correction or spelling modes, you'll have access to the so-called backup dictionary which, supposedly, holds about half a million words or maybe a lot more than this.

So what is your whole exercise meant to achieve, in simple terms? Asking this specifically as I didn't watch it from when it started.


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 12/24/2020 01:23 PM
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Originally posted by: R. Wilke  Dragon starts with more than 150,000 words

I stand corrected - the English General-Large certainly has a lot of missing words!

Originally posted by: R. Wilke what is your whole exercise meant to achieve

CorrectThat is a standalone replacement utility for Dragon®’s built-in "Correct That" dialog. It works virtually everywhere and is not dependent on Select-&-Say. It is highly configurable: font; transparency; dialog size; maximum offered choices one to ninety-nine (1-99). It Considers homonyms, synonyms, rhymes and a dynamically expanding SpeakOs file for possibilities. One may promote a choice into the "String To Correct:" text field (which is Select-&-Say so all normal editing is available) and edit it before accepting it. Literally every function/menu item/button/text field can be driven/accessed by voice - it's completely Dragon®-friendly. It's free and open source. 



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 12/24/2020 02:15 PM
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I stand corrected - the English General-Large certainly has a lot of missing words!


Sure it has, but this is what the user slot, also referred to as "custom words" has been created for. And, and in addition to that, it interacts with the language model thus potentially improving recognition the next time after updating it which your ambitious utility has no way of addressing, being completely Dragon agnostic.

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 12/25/2020 11:25 AM
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Originally posted by: R. Wilke  it interacts with the language model thus potentially improving recognition the next time after updating it which your ambitious utility has no way of addressing, being completely Dragon agnostic.

While true that my application does not manipulate Dragon®’s language model, if you allow it to make a correction, it remembers that correction and offers it as a potential correction thereafter.



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