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Help - Scenarios

The Scenario windows are the central part of HyperNext Talker and are where you actually use it to speak for you.

Each Scenario window generally relates to a conversation you expect to have and there are enough text fields and speech buttons for a simple conversation.

The different window areas and uses are detailed below.


Scenario Windows

Scenario windows are identical except for their text contents. They all have the same layout and working from top to bottom their main features are:

  • Top - navigate to other scenarios.
  • Text build area and speech controls.
  • 10 quick buttons.
  • 10 preset text areas
  • Bottom, customise color settings

As an example, the Scenario window below has been set up for a simple conversation to book a vet appointment:




Typical Scenario Window

Scenario Areas

In most conversations only the following three areas of a Scenario window will be needed as detailed below:

1. The Text building area is useful when all your Preset text areas are full and you need to say something that you hadn't rehearsed. Perhaps you need to give some numbers or copy in some text from another program.

2. The Quick buttons are useful for common phrases such as introductions.They are also for simple phrases such as 'yes', 'no', 'hello', 'goodbye' etc. However, they can actually speak a long block of text if customised to do so.

3. The Preset texts are for longer questions/answers, where being able to see the text is helpful. They are numbered to help you in the flow of the conversation so that you can follow the points you need to raise.

In addition to the the above three areas there are also controls for pausing, resuming and stopping the speech.

Each Scenario window can also have its colors customised so that it stands out when you navigate to it.

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