I haven't seen it mentioned.
If you see an old version of "Dragon Naturally Speaking" at the thrift or a yard sale
, pick it up and see if it'll work for you...
I have version 5.0 and it's quite an interesting alternative to controlling your laptop
Usage: A typical usage for me is,
"Wake Up! Press F2. Press Minus. Press Minus" Go to sleep."
, this translates to: waking up the microphone,Centering the screen
on Ownship, zooming out two stages and putting the microphone to sleep. You can run almost everything on the Windows laptop
Pretty handy for
:a smallish sailboat and your laptop need be in the dry-place.
:crammed into an enginespace hands dripping with filth and using a pdf version of your engine's manual....
I use a microphone on a long wire but a bluetooth one might be handier, if you can stand setting bluetooth up.
and pervasive sloshing noise
at the microphonecan be overcome by "calibrating" in Dragon.