WSR Tutorial 9 - IE FireFox Safari Chrome
 

Free Speech Recognition Dictation Software For Windows Vista and Windows 7 Tutorial 9 - Controlling Internet Explorer, FireFox, Safari and Chrome Web Browsers


Description:


IE 8, Firefox 3.6.8, Safari 5 and Chrome 6 are used in this tutorial. This video tutorial will show how to surf the internet with voice commands. The web browsers can be controlled by keyboard shortcuts. Knowing how to navigate with the keyboard is very important. Once the keyboard shortcuts are learned, navigating with speech is simple and productive.


Keyboard Shortcuts:


Internet Explorer

FireFox

Safari

Chrome



Internet Explorer 8 & FireFox 3.6

IE and FireFox has the most functionality when working with WSR.


Safari 5

Safari 5 works well, however, Show Numbers failed to work properly. Mouse Grid and/or keyboard shortcuts must be used for navigation and clicking on links.



Chrome 6

Like Safari 5, Show Numbers failed to work properly. Mouse Grid and/or keyboard shortcuts must be used for navigation and clicking on links.



Chrome 5

Chrome 5 did not work well at all with WSR. Show Numbers is not working, and dictation of words is not working. When placing words in search fields words can not be dictated, so, each letter has to be dictated. For example, if searching for information on “World War II” the user can not say “World War Two” the user has to say “Press W”, “Press O”, “Press R” (or the equivalent NATO alphabet)”



Downloads:

The newest versions of the following browsers can be downloaded for free:


Internet Explorer

FireFox

Safari

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