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LexiconCode
@LexiconCode
I will see about building this into caster anyway and let you know when it's implemented. I'm sure there are other people that have your use case.
Ja-mes Mugford
@ja-mesmugford
Nice, I think this would be extremely worthwhile to have fully featured. I normally need to sleep dragon with the hotkey, as it's usually because someone noisy as walked in the room and I don't want dragon listening but I want to keep my noise recognition stuff going.
LexiconCode
@LexiconCode
fyi for the sleep mode you can do it by voice via "Caster Sleep" or dragons built in command.
Christopher Flodin
@ChrisFlodin
Hey guys
I’m running a clean install of Caster on a new computer and I’ve had some bumps along the way, but figured out everything except now I get this message when running Run_Caster_DNS.bat
I’ve tried looking around but I can’t see that anyone else has had this problem
Running DNS/DPI from Dragonfly CLI with Natlink. usage: python -m dragonfly load [-h] [-e ENGINE] [-o ENGINE_OPTIONS] [--language LANGUAGE] [-n] [--no-recobs-messages] [-l {DEBUG,INFO,WARNING,ERROR,CRITICAL}] [-q] [file [file ...]] python -m dragonfly load: error: argument file: pattern '_*.py' did not match any file Press any key to continue . . .
Christopher Flodin
@ChrisFlodin
I've followed the install instructions for DNS & Caster closely
Dane Finlay
@Danesprite
Hi @ChrisFlodin. I think this may have come up before. Perhaps the script is not running in the right directory? What happens if you replace _*.py on line 7 with _caster.py?
Dane Finlay
@Danesprite
@LexiconCode Perhaps _caster.py should be specified here explicitly? Or maybe this is done to allow user modules?
This is revealing a number of issues with the CLI. I'll open a few Dragonfly issues on them and get them resolved soon.
LexiconCode
@LexiconCode

This issue has popped up once in a while for certain people and it's not clear to me the underlying cause.

@LexiconCode Perhaps _caster.py should be specified here explicitly? Or maybe this is done to allow user modules?

Yes so it allows people to have their own dragonfly module so if they wish to do so.

Perhaps by default the CLI should load everything _ in the directory by default. If the user wants to load specific modules they can list them.

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Christopher Flodin
@ChrisFlodin
I tried switching out _*.py to _caster.py and got the following error message
Running DNS/DPI from Dragonfly CLI with Natlink. WARNING:engine.natlink:Requested engine 'natlink' is not available: Natlink is not installed: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found. ERROR:command:Requested engine 'natlink' not available. Press any key to continue . . .
LexiconCode
@lexicon-code:matrix.org
[m]
Are you using trying to use DNS/DPI? What python version?
Christopher Flodin
@ChrisFlodin
Trying to use DNS. Not sure what DPI is.
Py version is 2.7.18
LexiconCode
@lexicon-code:matrix.org
[m]
Try the natlink alternative install in the DNS install instructions from the docs
Christopher Flodin
@ChrisFlodin
Okay, will do! Thanks :)
Christopher Flodin
@ChrisFlodin
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I still get the same error with the other instructions.
I also get this error from DNS :/
Dragon seems to be working fine though
Nevermind, just realized I can't see the Dragon GUI
LexiconCode
@lexicon-code:matrix.org
[m]
I'll try to get back to you later tonight.
Christopher Flodin
@ChrisFlodin
I'll try reinstall Dragon
Christopher Flodin
@ChrisFlodin
DNS error got resolved by reinstalling Dragon. But still no luck with Caster
LexiconCode
@LexiconCode
@ChrisFlodin I sent you a direct message so we can carry on there.
LexiconCode
@LexiconCode
With ChrisFlodin Natlink was being finicky with Python 2, We migrated to Python 3 and that resolve the issue.
Dane Finlay
@Danesprite
For others getting that compatibility module support error, there are a few things to try listed on this page.
LexiconCode
@lexicon-code:matrix.org
[m]
Could it load more than one path fairly easily? That would allow people to utilize caster rules directory for dragonfly grammar says well keeping the caster source directory clean.
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LexiconCode
@lexicon-code:matrix.org
[m]
Following threads? In Chat?
As for the local option that might be a better kaldi channel question. I believe it pulls down its own model to extrapolate the phoneme conversion.
I haven't gotten into work on my system yet
Stephen Giles
@Euridium_gitlab
I have a new caster method of moving the mouse around - i am using eviacam for a head tracking camera - on a big screen it is too difficult to do as my head has to spin 180 and still be accurate on the screen.
What i've done is create a fast way to move the mouse to a segmet of the screen - very like mouse grid, but simpilar and multi monitor
The screen in divided up into 9 squares, based on the size of the screen you have.- each of those screens is divided up into 4
so, i say "mace 1 4 - and it jumps to box 1, quadrent 4
i can then use eviacam with a much more accurate pointer movement.
i can also say "mace 1" and it just jumps to the centre of that square
it goes mace <1 to 9> <optional 0 to 4> <optional monitor number>
its quick to execute, easy to remember and gets the mouse to the right area of the screen
Stephen Giles
@Euridium_gitlab
i also have "cam tog" set, which presses "f11" the default eviacam - on/off toggle button.
not tried it yet on multi monitor, might do that tonight - no reason it won't work.
let me know if it's useful.
LexiconCode
@LexiconCode
@Euridium_gitlab That is really neat!
LexiconCode
@LexiconCode
eviacam looks really interesting. Especially because it can use any WebCam.
LexiconCode
@LexiconCode
While not open source http://cameramouse.org is an interesting alternative as well.
Stephen Giles
@Euridium_gitlab
felll free to integrate the code into your caster release if you think it useful
the commands would wouk for both
will give camera mouse a shot tomorrow
Lauren Horne
@lahwran
anyone had success with running in docker on linux?
LexiconCode
@LexiconCode
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