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    coding sites via voice

    Hello All from a Newbie,
    I have been searching for an application or utility that would help me code web sites via voice recognition software. Whenever I search for it on the Web, I get results about developing applications for the disabled. I have Dragon Naturally Speaking v5 Personal Edition, and some of their other versions are taylored for law or medicine, but I can't seem to find one for programming. What I want is a program or something I could add to this one that would allow me to code without having to type so much because I have repetitive stress injuries. The only solution I have found is to add (say, HTML tags) to it's vocabulary, but that seems rather time-consuming, and I don't know a lot about coding macros. I chose this forum because coding Web Sites for the disabled was mentioned. Hopefully someone can help...

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    hello
    this should be posted in the general section

    im not sure about using Naturally Speaking, but IBM ViaVoice has addons that include librarys for coding C++ and Java.

    you could click here for more information


    or you could visit this forum to ask people who might know more about it.

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    Thanks, I'll look into that.

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    Yes, I know a few webmasters that have nerve damage to their hands and thus have a lot of pain when using the mouse.

    Unfortunately when it were proposed that an accessibility subsection could be created by one of my colleagues it was rubbished by some individuals being to narrow minded to stay on topic.

    Thus I if you would like you could visit http://www.accessifyforum.com/ which is more specialised regarding accessibility issues, thus doesn't compete with these forums.

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