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Topic Title: How to disable the "yes captain" nonsense
Topic Summary: how do I disable "yes captain" when I say computer
Created On: 11/23/2020 02:18 PM
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 How to disable the "yes captain" nonsense   - nogods - 11/23/2020 02:18 PM  
 How to disable the "yes captain" nonsense   - Mphillipson - 11/23/2020 02:51 PM  
 How to disable the "yes captain" nonsense   - PG LTU - 11/23/2020 03:25 PM  
 How to disable the   - Mphillipson - 11/23/2020 03:32 PM  
 How to disable the   - PG LTU - 11/23/2020 03:38 PM  
 How to disable the "yes captain" nonsense   - Lunis Orcutt - 11/23/2020 05:49 PM  
 How to disable the   - Tiger Feet - 11/26/2020 11:59 AM  
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nogods
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I need to dictate the word "computer" into text documents, but every time I say "computer" I just hear "yes captain".  How do I turn that off so dragon will just type "computer"? 

 11/23/2020 02:51 PM
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After issuing the command, switch to KnowBrainer without using a KnowBrainer command, and the last command used should be selected in the list.

 

Then just press Delete, and confirm.

 

You could also disable the command but I don't really see the point, unless you wanted to re-enable it at a later time.



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 11/23/2020 03:25 PM
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I doubt that. To me it sounds much more like a customization to the "Asleep" state "wake up" commands. If I am right, it only happens when the mic is sleeping.  It would have to be edited in your system.dvc (unencrypted) file. Did you perchance apply the Mouse Grid fix (this is a (for most folks) a welcome additional feature)?

If there really is a command floating around, for now, just say "computer" in the context of a multi-word phrase, or if you need literally just the one word, say any of the following:
no space computer (perhaps preceded by "press space")
no caps computer
cap computer


Hth,



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 11/23/2020 03:32 PM
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 11/23/2020 03:38 PM
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Ah hah. After I posted, I realized that if the OP was dictating when this happens, Dragon was not asleep.

So probably the KB "verify I am awake" command called "Computer" responds with a text to voice result that used to be "yes captain" but is now "working"?

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 11/23/2020 05:49 PM
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Computer is a KnowBrainer command. If you say the word by itself, KnowBrainer responds with “yes Captain”. When possible, do not dictate single words because you are asking for trouble. For beginners, Dragon does not get to take advantage of BestMatch. When you are correcting or editing a word, it's best to include a few words with it. Dragon is more accurate when using several words. If you have to dictate a single word, it's best to get into the habit of either saying something like Cap Computer or no-caps computer which guarantees your dictation will not be confused with a command.



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 11/26/2020 11:59 AM
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I did what Mark suggested and disabled it ages ago. Just find "Computer" in the KnowBrainer Disable / Enable Utilities section. To find it assuming you have KnowBrainer enabled and you haven't got the KB sidebar up, just say, "Show Sidebar." Then click on "Manage Commands" at the bottom of the KB sidebar and then click, "Disable / Enable. Then, find "Computer" in the list, (make sure you are in Global Commands when you are looking for it.) it is fairly near the top because everything is in alphabetical order.

Once you have found it, make sure the "Computer" box to the left of it is checked and "Computer" is highlighted.

Then, it is a simple matter of clicking the arrow pointing to the "Disabled Commands" window. Once "Computer" is in the disabled commands window, just click "Save Changes" at the bottom and then click "Finish."

You will then be able to say, "computer" as many times as you want. It will then be simply dictated out on the screen as that and no more "Yes Captain."

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