Copyright 2002-2015 Rick Mohr
 

These sections describe all aspects of creating Vocola commands, with examples.

For additional examples see Vocola\Samples in the NatLink installation folder.

Keystroke Commands- When I say this, send these keystrokes.
Quotes and Whitespace- Understand Vocola syntax.
Alternative Words- Use alternative words, number ranges, or optional parts.
Defining Variables- Name a set of alternative words for use in several commands.
Substituting Actions- Specify different actions for each alternative word.
Capturing Dictation- Create commands incorporating arbitrary dictation.
Function Calls- Create commands that call built-in functions.
Built-in Functions- Descriptions of available functions.
Defining Functions- Name an action sequence for use in several commands.
Contextual Commands- Create commands active only for particular windows.
Include Statements- Share commands and definitions across several Vocola files.
Comments- Put comments in your Vocola command files.
Unimacro Actions- Create commands that call Unimacro actions.