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    Angus

    This is a small application that runs using the Avalon Speech API, basically you run the program and whe you say "Get Time", the application will tell you the time, well the time that you are running your system on at least. Then to close the application you just say "Goodbye" and the applet closes. 
       This application is extremely simple, but might be a good learning base for anyone wanting to make a very simple speach recognition application. Any input would be gratefully accepted.

    Thanks

    Angus Higgins

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    Angus

    Has anyone downloaded this yet, and if you have what do you think?

    Angus Higgins

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    MasterPi

    I downloaded it.  It is really cool. Perhaps you can make the app invisible?

    This speech stuff is really good and very accurate.  Good job MS!


    mVPstar

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    Angus

    I'll do my best to put some time aside to make the appication invisible.

    Thanks

    Angus Higgins

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    smidley

    Hey guys, I'm new to using Avalon.  I have the Avalon 1 RC beta installed.  And I'm just wondering how I would go about running a program like this.  Do I need visual studio installed too?  I'm just not sure what I need to do to run these kinds of apps.  Thanx for all the help and understanding that I'm new to this.
    -Scott

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    Angus

    All you need to make this application is the Avalon release that you have and a C# compiler, and the .NET Framework. I use Visual Studio.

    To run the application you just need the .NET Framework, and a compiler, such as Visual Studio.


    Angus Higgins

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    Steve411

    Angus wrote:
    All you need to make this application is the Avalon release that you have and a C# compiler, and the .NET Framework. I use Visual Studio.

    To run the application you just need the .NET Framework, and a compiler, such as Visual Studio.


    Angus Higgins

    He doesn't need Visual Studio. He can install the .NET SDK and run the compiler from the command line. VS is just a development environment.

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    Angus

    Sorry my mistake, thanks for pointing it out.

    Angus Higgins

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