speech recognition

Posted on 2014-08-03
Last Modified: 2014-08-21
Does Dragon Naturally Speaking work with Ubuntu 14.04?  I got it to work in Windows 7, but can it work in Ubuntu?
Question by:dwcronin
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    I have helped a client to get Dragon Naturally Speaking 10  working in Ubuntu 14, I would safely assume it should work on 13.

    If it does not work I would recommend to try simon, an open source alternative.

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    I made the same mistake AGAIN!!!  I ACCIDENTALLY selected the WRONG grade again.  I use a sensorpad to move my mouse pointer around and it mistakenly thought I clicked on C as I was moving the cursor over it.  Please change the grade to an A.  I'm unhappy I have to use Wine to get Dragon to work in Linux but that is the fact I wanted to know.

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