Do you know which Mac OS that is? I don't recall seeing it on the older Macs.
> Actually, Mac OS has its own dictation software built in nowadays. I am
> using it at the moment.It actually works fairly well,Although you do have
> to be precise with your speech.
> On Sat, Feb 3, 2018 at 10:04 PM, archer75--- via Mercedes <
> firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > clay monroe wrote:
> > > I am thinking that Wilton, Great Sage of frozen buttocks, Far Flight,
> > and truly great adventures, is using Dragon Dictate. Mayhap, I have that
> > wrong, but somebody on list was using it.
> > > clay
> > I checked that out on the 'net. It seems that Dragon Dictate is only for
> > one OS of Apple Computers, but Dragon Naturally Speaking ver. 13 will work
> > on nearly any computer OS.
> > Dragon is now owned by a different company: Nuance.
> > Apparently Dragon is still the major voice-o-text program available.
> > Thanks,
> > Gerry
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