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I'm working on a app for voice guided logistics. In this scenario the app prompts for user to do something (by using text to speech).
In this scenario the "legacy" mode is almost perfect. The app has to recognize voice only when the app prompts something like: "Input quantity", or "Input lot number" ...
So I don't need to mute the prompts of the legacy vocal input ...
Now, I'm trying to introduce an "Alexa-style" voice recognition, in order to respond to some aleatory user questions. The user can ask something to the app by using a keyword, like: "Sistema orario", and the app says "12.15 pm".
So I've used 2 recognizers: the input recognizer in legacy mode, the Alexa-style one in non legacy mode. Every time I use the legacy one, I stop the non legacy recognizer. When the text is recognized I restart it.
The app works fine but sometimes I see the error messages generated by the non legacy recognizer.
Thank you very much!
Buona fine e buon inizio anno anche a te!