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    iListen do you?
    I have a program by Mac-speech called iListen, it is a speech recognition program,I talk it types. It is still in the learning stage but this is very cool. I just dictated this to you all. Anyone else out here iListen
    http://macspeech.crmhelp.net/downloa...r%20Manual.pdf

    edit: here is the link sorry the other is pdf oops
    http://macspeech.com/
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    are you using a mic, if so what kind.

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    Yes I use a mic,I bought the mic from Macspeech the same time i ordered the program it is a Parrott USB BMIC Thinking about ordering the wireless one though, very happy with this!
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    I have a close friend with Fibromyalgia and typing a lot causes her a lot of pain, so when she switched to a Powerbook 17", she bought IListen. Took a while to train but she loves it. She got a Mic with it but later switched to another. I think the Parrott like you were talking about.

    Good program. There is IListen and IBM ViaVoice. IListen from all I have read is better.

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    They don't appear to do demo licenses, which is a shame - if I had a chance to have a fiddle with it, I'd probably convince myself I wanted it!

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    could ou use the mic from an isight for this app

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    Quote Originally Posted by thermidor
    They don't appear to do demo licenses, which is a shame - if I had a chance to have a fiddle with it, I'd probably convince myself I wanted it!
    Yeah me too, might just have to buy it and if I don't like it sell it to somebody who does want it.
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    here is the link sorry the other is pdf oops
    http://macspeech.com/
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    i bought ilisten now im waiting for my micflex to get delivered. anyone got an micflex? is it good?

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    I use the Parrott, this iListen is really cool I'm not sure about other mics Good luck
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