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George Somsel | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 2 2012 2:33 PM

Vivian Matheson:

http://www.nuance.com/naturallyspeaking/resources/documents/AdminGuideV11.pdf => page 50 has Active Accessibility Services steps; can disable for all programs or specific one(s): e.g. logos4.exe

 

I tried that link several times and got a blank page every time. I finally just did a search on Nuance  for Dragon Accessibiblity Services and a file did come up - but when I went to open it (twice) Internet Explorer closed down and said  "A malfunctioning or malicious add-on has caused Internet Explorer to close down."

It worked for me and I downloaded the PDF.  I tried putting in the files section, but I get an error each time—perhaps it's too large.  Here is the pertinent section.

 

 

 

V11 Windows Vista directory structure

The V11 directory structure on Windows Vista:

C:\Program Files\Nuance\NaturallySpeaking11

\Ereg

\Help

\Program

\Tutorial (optional)

C:\ProgramData\Nuance\NaturallySpeaking11\

\Custom

\Data

\Data\Training

\Users

C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Nuance\NaturallySpeaking11\

\results

Turning off Dragon's use of Microsoft Active Accessibility Service

Dragon NaturallySpeaking

 

 

and Dragon Medical

use Microsoft Active Accessibility Service to let you control certain

menus and dialog boxes by voice. Without Microsoft Active Accessibility Service, you would be unable to

use

 

 

Dragon

to select menu commands and dialog box controls with your voice.

If you don't need to control the menus and dialog boxes by voice, you can speed up

 

 

Dragon

performance by turning

off Microsoft Active Accessibility Services.

To turn off Active Accessibility Services in Dragon for all applications

1. Open the

 

 

Options dialog box by selecting Tools > Options on the DragonBar

.

2. Click the

 

 

Miscellaneous

tab.

3. Clear the

 

 

Voice enable menus and dialog controls

box if it is selected.

4. Click

 

 

OK. You will need to exit and re-start Dragon

for this change to take effect.

To turn off Active Accessibility in Dragon for specific applications

1. Exit

 

 

Dragon

.

2. Open

 

 

nssystem.ini in a text editor. By default, nssystem.ini

is located in

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Nuance\NaturallySpeaking11

3. Under

 

 

[MSAA Modules Disabled]

, add a line similar to the following for each application where you want to

disable the use of Active Accessibility Services:

<

 

 

executable_name

>=1

4. Save and close

 

 

nssystem.ini

.

5. Re-start

 

 

Dragon

.

For example, to disable

 

 

Dragon

use of Active Accessibility Services in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, you

would add the following lines to

 

 

nssystem.ini

:

[MSAA Modules Disabled]

winword.exe=1

excel.exe=1

 

 

 

 

 

Note:

 

 

 

If you do not know the name of an application's executable file, you can start the application from the

Windows

 

 

Start

menu and then use the Windows Task Manager to view the list of current Windows applications.

The executable names are listed under Image Name on the Processes tab. You can also right-click the application's

icon and select the shortcut tab—the

 

 

Target

field will provide the name of the executable.

george
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Vivian Matheson | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 2 2012 2:45 PM

George Somsel:

It worked for me and I downloaded the PDF.  I tried putting in the files section, but I get an error each time—perhaps it's too large.  Here is the pertinent section.

Thank you!  I notice that it is for Vista.  I have Windows 7 - Would it work the same for Windows 7, or did they have different instructions for Windows 7?

I have to admit that I am a little nervous about messing with this stuff.  What if I crash the program?? I guess I could always reinstall it.

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George Somsel | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 2 2012 3:26 PM

Vivian Matheson:

George Somsel:

It worked for me and I downloaded the PDF.  I tried putting in the files section, but I get an error each time—perhaps it's too large.  Here is the pertinent section.

 

Thank you!  I notice that it is for Vista.  I have Windows 7 - Would it work the same for Windows 7, or did they have different instructions for Windows 7?

I have to admit that I am a little nervous about messing with this stuff.  What if I crash the program?? I guess I could always reinstall it.

Are you sure you didn't say that you had Vista?  After all, I never make mistakes Wink Big Smile (Just ask me).  I didn't see anything for Windows 7.

george
gfsomsel

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Vivian Matheson | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 2 2012 5:06 PM

George Somsel:
Are you sure you didn't say that you had Vista?  After all, I never make mistakes Wink Big Smile (Just ask me).  I didn't see anything for Windows 7.

 

Ahhh...sigh...the adventure goes on!

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