A frequently requested feature from tablet pc users in vertical markets was support for custom dictionaries (medical, field specific, etc). Unfortunately, support for custom dictionaries is not in Vista, but is available in Windows 7. Now, a user can have a primary and custom dictionary for each input scope ( dictionary,country name, surname, etc). In addition, the custom dictionary can take precedence over the primary dictionary. Custom dictionaries can only be created for a language where a recognizer for that language has been installed.
Information on creating custom dictionaries can be found on Microsoft’s WinHEC White Paper site. Download the Touch_Tab_Enhance.docx file and head to page 10. In addition, there is information on doing server-side recognition and installing custom / primary dictionaries on a server to allow recognition over the web via Silverlight, etc.
15 Exciting Things You Can Do With the Oculus Quest
The Oculus Quest is a VR headset that you can use to play Virtual Reality games, delve into experiences and much...
4 Reasons Not to Install iOS 13 Beta & 11 Reasons You Should
There are some great reasons to take the iOS 13 beta for a spin. There are also some reasons why...