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Topic Title: Is there a way to add Mouseclick as an option to the <keyname >hold down command?
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Created On: 11/05/2020 10:43 AM
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 11/06/2020 11:12 AM
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Let's take your example. Instead of "click and hold" to select a file, just move the mouse to hover over it (which you already did) and just say "mouse mark" (it should be recognized as a command). This is the starting position.
Next, move your mouse to the finishing position.
Now, instead of saying "release click" you just say "mouse drag" and watch as Dragon goes to the mark and drags the file to the finishing position.

The command browser also shows some natural language commands you might also use in your example. This time, hover the mouse over the file at the starting position and say "drag mouse lower left" (or use any of the eight directions) and the mouse should grab whatever is under it and start dragging it in that direction. While it is moving you can say "drag mouse [new direction]" or try saying "very slow" and the like to change speeds. "Control drag" is also supported in the same way if you have already selected non-contiguous items or want to copy instead of move the file.


See here:
https://www.nuance.com/products/help/dragon/dragon-for-pc/enx/professionalgroup/main/Content/CommandandControl/using_your_mouse.htm



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