Killers Software

Optimum Settings

When you first start Killers VoiceCommand, several voice commands and settings are enabled by default.

  • System Commands - By default, these global voice commands that are enabled.  These are global commands for controlling several aspects of Killers VoiceCommand.
    • cancel key down - This command phrase cancels a "Hold Down" on a key for a voice command.  You can also press the same key that is designated as a "Hold Down" key to cancel the key down.
    • cancel mouse down - This command phrase cancels a "Hold Down" on a mouse button for a voice command.  You can also press the same mouse button designated as the "Hold Down" mouse button to cancel the mouse down.
    • end voice command - This command phrase closes down the Killers VoiceCommand application.
    • hide keystrokes - This command phrase hides the actual keystrokes that are tied to individual commands for the active command set in the What Can I Say? dialog.
    • pause voice command - This command phrase pauses the Killers VoiceCommand application from responding to commands.
    • select main process - This command phrase selects the main process window.
    • select process one - This command phrase selects process 1 window.
    • select process two - This command phrase selects process 2 window.
    • select process three - This command phrase selects process 3 window.
    • select process four - This command phrase selects process 4 window.
    • show amazon commands - This command phrase shows the Amazon voice commands.
    • show command sets - This command phrase the currently loaded command set.
    • show e bay commands - This command phrase shows the eBay voice commands.
    • show emotes - This command phrase shows the emote voice commands that are part of the voice command set.
    • show google commands - This command phrase shows the Google voice commands.
    • show i tunes commands - This command phrase shows the iTunes voice commands.
    • show keystrokes - This command phrase shows the actual keystrokes that are tied to individual commands for the active command set in the What Can I Say? dialog.
    • show open commands - This command phrase shows the open command items that are associated with open commands in the What Can I Say? dialog.
    • show system commands - This command phrase shows the system commands in the What Can I Say? dialog.
    • show yahoo commands - This command phrase shows the Yahoo voice commands.
    • start voice command - This command phrase enables the Killers VoiceCommand application to listening to commands.
    • trace off - This command phrase hides the trace window in the What Can I Say? dialog.
    • trace off - This command phrase shows the trace window in the What Can I Say? dialog.
    • what can I say - This command phrase shows the What Can I Say? dialog.
  • Open Commands - By default, these voice command are not enabled.  These are voice commands opening up websites and programs.  For example, open browser, open chase bank.
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  • Emote Commands - By default emote voice commands are enabled.  These are voice commands for a game that control a characters gestures for example laughing, taunting, dancing, and etc.  For example: /laugh, /taunt, /dance
  • Activate Commands - By default, activate <command set> are enabled.  This enables you to load a voice command set for a template with your voice.  For example, for the World Of Warcraft template it contains 4 command sets and you can activate a command set like activate hunter by saying activate hunter.
  • Show Keystrokes - By default, the keystrokes for the voice commands are not displayed in the What Can I Say? dialog.
  • Trace ON - By default the trace window is not displayed in the What Can I Say? dialog.
  • View By Category - By default, view by category is enabled.  This will display all the voice commands under their respective category in the What Can I Say? dialog.
  • View By Description - By default, view by description is not enabled.  This will display the description for a voice command in the What Can I Say? dialog.

To gain best performance when playing games, go into the Options dialog and click the Optimum Setting button and that will disable the following:

Optimum Settings

  • Disable System Commands - This disables all the system voice commands except (pause voice command, start voice command, what can I say)
  • Disable Open Commands - This disables all the open commands.
  • Disable Emote Commands - This disables all the emote commands.
  • Disable activate <command set> - This disables the activate <command set> commands.
  • Show Keystrokes - unchecked.  This will hide the keystrokes from view in the What Can I Say? dialog.
  • Trace ON - unchecked.  This will hide the trace window from view in the What Can I Say? dialog.
  • View By Category - checked.  This displays all voice commands under their respective category in the What Can I Say? dialog.
  • View By Description - unchecked.