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How to get voicebot to wait until a command has finished running before executing the next command?

David Spencer38951
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Hey there,

I'm trying to get voicebot to work with displaying images whenever I say the right command word.

Currently I'm using a simple hold command to achieve this,

So when I say "Flood of Force" the corresponding image will be displayed on my screen for 5 seconds and then the key is released.

The problem is if I repeat the keyword or say any of my other keywords they begin interrupting each other.

Is it possible to get voicebot to ignore all other commands until a currently executing command finishes?
Oct 15, 2020  • #1
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hey David,

We don't currently support this, but I've added this to our feature request list. We don't guarantee that feature requests will be implemented, or offer timelines on possible implementation. We'll be sure to let you know if we do add it to our planned features in a future version.

Thanks!
Oct 16, 2020  • #2
The Zen Core
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Hey there,

I'm trying to get voicebot to work with displaying images whenever I say the right command word.

Currently I'm using a simple hold command to achieve this,

So when I say "Flood of Force" the corresponding image will be displayed on my screen for 5 seconds and then the key is released.

The problem is if I repeat the keyword or say any of my other keywords they begin interrupting each other.

Is it possible to get voicebot to ignore all other commands until a currently executing command finishes?


one way to do this are DOS batch files that watchdog what is displaying. this way voicebot can TRY to run multiple commands, but only one will run at a time.

- voicebot tries to execute a dos batch file to display image
- if the dos batch file is not presently running, it runs, sets a timer of 5 mins, displays the image and stops displaying image after 5 mins then exits itself
- if the dos batch is currently running, nothing will execute, since image is being displayed currently until timer is up
- when the 5 min timer is up, file is closed and dos batch is closed
- now voicebot can successfully launch dos batch to display image again

hope that helps. its a little research to find out how to use NIRCMD in dos to check for;

- check if a title of a window is present
- use a timer to kill any window (and itself)

hope that helps.
Aug 10, 2021  • #3
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