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* #1 Oct 21, 2015, 5:41 am   Last edited Mar 14, 2018, 3:57 pm by Samson
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Vladaar
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Good Morning,

I can't say that I tried this with building areas, I haven't built an area in over a year. But I use windows 7 voice recognition software at work for typing out reports occasionally. Gasp, I know winblows sucks, but I had an idea that if that was used with building areas for muds that it would take the pain out of describing rooms/mobs/objects out of it. You can literally close your eyes and pretend your in that room or looking at that mob or object and describe it in a microphone. The software will type it out. Then you cut and paste it in your game. Just a thought, if anyone still works on muds.

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joeyfogas
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that would be more of a pain i would think... then you have to go through and make sure that it is formatted correctly... the return key is hit to match the buffer.. the correct words are there and not their. then having to proof read before pasting line by line..


easier to just type it out in the buffer.
       
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