TSF Aware

Dictation, Windows Speech Recognition, and Text Services Framework.

March, 2010

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About TSF Aware

Eric Brown has been working with the Text Services Framework for the past 6 years - just about as long as he has been working on Windows Speech Recognition.

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    Detecting Sleep Mode in SAPI

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    If you’ve done any development with the shared recognizer, you’ve probably had problems determining when the shared recognizer is in sleep mode. Determining when the shared recognizer is OFF is easy enough; ISpRecognizer::GetRecoState will return SPRST_INACTIVE...
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    How to train the SAPI recognizer

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    Implementing SAPI training is relatively hard, and the documentation doesn’t really tell you what you need to know. ISpRecognizer2::SetTrainingState switches the recognizer into or out of training mode. When you go into training mode, all that really...
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    That pesky terminating composition

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    If you’re developing a text service for Windows XP, you’ve likely found that your composition gets terminated unexpectedly whenever you have more than one character.  On English, you can avoid terminating your composition by making sure that every...
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    Specifying parameters for an inproc Recognizer

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    I’ve seen a couple of questions come by the listen alias about using an in-process speech recognizer.  When you use an in-process recognizer, you have to specify a lot more than you need to specify with the shared recognizer. In particular, you need...
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