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I've just started using DNS in Studio, dictating into the target segment and not using the dictation window. Now, when I pause between words, DNS does not insert a space between the words. I did not have this problem when I was using the dictation window. Has anyone else noticed this?
I had the same thing using version 12. If I pause too long. If I say "spacebar" before I start again then all is well.
Well, version 12 is the best available version, optimised to cope with pauses, hesitations, etc. (according to Nuance, and it is is probably true), so I don't understand the problem...I wrote to my contact at Nuance to see if they have already heard of such a problem. They are going to download Studio 2014 evaluation version to make their own tests.
Personally, I tried again with long pauses and it works correctly...
This being said, when using Dragon in a CAT tool, it is alwaysbetter to think about the translation before dictating it and to dictate a sufficient portion of text, also to give Dragon enough context to produce a good result
Because of the way that SDL designed the Studio user interface, none of the Dragon editing and correction commands that would normally work in, for example, a Microsoft Word document, will work in Studio. You will have to tell Dragon to capitalize each segment. (Unless you use the Studio setting to automatically capitalize each segment -- but other Studio users have had serious problems using Studio and Dragon together when this setting is used ...)
The proper insertion of spaces is also a problem. Unlike Microsoft Word windows, Dragon can't access the text in the Studio editor, so it doesn't know where the spaces or words are and therefore cannot insert spaces properly if you pause too long.
Any corrections have to be done manually (since Dragon has no idea where the words are in the Studio editor), although I think Nora mentioned being able to do some editing/correction in Studio using KnowBrainer with Dragon, or using commands she has written.
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