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This variation on the Hello World example demonstrates scripting
a Microsoft Agent character to respond to voice commands.
Be patient! Loading of Genie may take a few minutes.
Once Genie appears, right-click on him to see what commands he is
listening for. While holding down the Scroll Lock key, try saying
one of these commands. If Genie doesn't respond, here are some
This sample loads its character from an HTTP URL, so you must be
connected to the WWW and be able 5b4 to reach the server at
http://agent.microsoft.com, or the sample will not work properly.
If you have never installed the Lernout & Hauspie TTS Engine,
you will be prompted to install it. Without the TTS Engine,
characters will not produce speech output.
If you have never installed the Microsoft Speech Recognition
Engine, you will be prompted to do so. Characters will not
be able to recognize spoken commands without the SR Engine.
Right-click on the page and select View Source
to examine the HTML code for this page.