Here’s a very quick tip.
If you know the name of a command, or even part of it, and want to look it up in the Utter Command documentation, say
Â Â – “UC Index” to bring up the Utter Command Index
Â Â – “Find Open” to put the cursor in the find dialog box
Â Â – type a keyword you want to look for, for instance “Wait”, “Drag” or “Before”
Â Â – “Enter” to find the first instance
Â Â – if necessary, “Enter” again to find subsequent instances
Once you find what you’re looking for, use the reference number to call up the full lesson on the command, e.g. “UC Lesson 4 Point 5”. This is also a good way to see the consistent patterns in the Utter Command speech command set.
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