We're getting some good feedback from people who are speeding themselves up in all kinds of situations using UC's naming a mouse click ability. We didn't anticipate some of the ways people are using this ability. I'll detail these in a future post.
Here's how to name a mouse click:
1. Position the mouse using the mouse rulers commands on something you regularly click and can't get to any other way, for instance the Indent button in Google documents, e.g. "50 By 10"
2. When you've got the mouse exactly where you want it, say "Add Touch" to call up the UC list dialog box with the coordinates entered
3. Add a name for the coordinates, e.g. "Indent"
4. say "Enter" to put the new command on the Touch list (at this point you can repeat steps 1-4 to add more commands).
5. say "Window Close Â· Yes" to close the UC List dialog box, and restart NatSpeak
Now you can say "Indent Touch" to click the Google Documents Indent button.
Things really heat up when you use the naming a mouse click ability to click twice using a single speech command.
Let me know how you're using the mouse click ability by commenting here, on the Web site comment form (say "UC Make"), or sending e-mail to info@ this website address.
Tip: make sure to export your lists to back them up (say "UC List Export").
Note: some early prerelease copies of Utter Command don't contain the naming the mouse click utility. It'll be available in the general release, and all prerelease customers will get a copy of the general release when it comes out. If you're a prerelease customer and would like an upgrade before the general release, please contact us.