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Adding New Dialogs in OpenVXML 4.0 [message #724490] Mon, 12 September 2011 13:16 Go to next message
Carlitos  is currently offline Carlitos
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Registered: April 2011
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Is it possible, via configuration (not coding), to add new Dialogs to the Dialogs Pallet in OpenVXML 4.0? If I right-click a project and do "New->Other..." under the Voice Tools Wizards there is a "New Dialog" option but it does not work. Is it supposed to? I like to be able to save well-defined boxes that are used in multiple places (e.g., a SubDialog Box) to the "Dialogs" pallet.
Re: Adding New Dialogs in OpenVXML 4.0 [message #731338 is a reply to message #724490] Fri, 30 September 2011 16:42 Go to previous message
Randy Childers is currently offline Randy Childers
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi Carlitos--

The answer is: yes. Once you've got a dialog set up just the way you
want it, go back to the parent canvas (where the dialog is just a block),
right-click that dialog block and select "Create Template" -- this will
add a copy of that dialog to the Dialogs section of your voice pallet,
for use whenever you need. Note that this is adding the dialog template
to that workspace, so it will be available in any other projects in the
workspace.

My apologies for the late reply--
Randy


In <j4l02g$sgf$1@news.eclipse.org> Carlitos wrote:
> Is it possible, via configuration (not coding), to add new Dialogs to
> the Dialogs Pallet in OpenVXML 4.0? If I right-click a project and do
> "New->Other..." under the Voice Tools Wizards there is a "New Dialog"
> option but it does not work. Is it supposed to? I like to be able to
> save well-defined boxes that are used in multiple places (e.g., a
> SubDialog Box) to the "Dialogs" pallet.
>
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