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  1. ChibiCD
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    I don't think people know what Voice Attack is, and most people are too lazy to google and move on.

    You need to clean up your description a bit too. Try to not use comic sans, and lower the font size.
    1. SultraCow
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      thankyou for the constructive criticism ^^ I shall do this : 3
    2. ChibiCD
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      Looks much better.

      There is a fine balance between having font big enough to see and having to scroll forever to read everything.

      Also, setting your font to large is just as bad as using all caps.
  2. madduma
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    Thank you so much for this! I put together the following step-by-step instructions if you would like to add them to your documentation. I can confirm this was safe to use and works as it should. I can't wait for you to figure out the controller because folks that have a hard time using keyboards could definitely use this mod in combination with a controller.

    INSTRUCTIONS
    1. Extract the mod files anywhere (you may delete them at the end)

    2. Install / Set Up Voice Attack:

    2.1. Download and install Voice Attack

    (Note) there is a 21-day free trial. The trial will only allow you to import the first 20 commands. But this should be enough for you to test to see if you like this mod.

    2.2. Run Voice Attack as an administrator (right-click program, click "Run as Administrator")

    (Recommended) Review and complete the tasks in the tips, including those related to training your speech engine. When choosing your input, speak softly as this will determine Windows maximum mic volume.

    2.3. Click the button to the right of Profile to edit it

    2.4. Click "Import Commands"

    2.5. Select "MilkTheCow76VoiceAttack-Profile-Profile.vap"

    2.6. Click "Import"

    2.7. Select "Yes" to overwrite conflicting commands

    2.8. Click Done

    2.9. Disable the keyboard, mouse, and game controller icons to the right (note the game controller is called "joystick" in the commands window).

    2.10. Hover over the headset icon to confirm it says "Listening"

    2.11 Select "Active Window" from the Target window


    3. Backup and overwrite ControlMap_Custom.txt (usually in Users\[your username]\Documents\My Games\Fallout 76) with the ControlMap_Custom.txt in the mod archive.


    4. Set Up Fallout 76:

    4.1. Run Fallout 76

    4.2. Make sure that your display settings are:

    4.2.1. At 16x9 and in 1080P or a multiplier thereof

    4.2.2. Fullscreen

    4.3. Restart Fallout 76 if required


    5. Play Fallout 76 and test the commands. Be careful not to speak to slowly or to quickly, and speak as clearly as possible.


    6. Some commands may click your screen in the wrong area (for instance, the emotes are in the default location so if you purchased emotes from the Atom Shop the commands will click the wrong area). To correct this:

    6.1. Click the Windows key to minimize the game window

    6.2. Pull up VoiceAttack

    6.3. Select the icon to the right of the profile

    6.4. Double-click the command (for example "Anger")

    6.5. Double-click the coordinates entry (example "Move mouse cursor to screen coordinates (863, 716)")

    6.6. Click "Set Position"

    6.7. Alt-Tab back to the game and place your cursor where the emote is.

    6.8. Click F8.

    6.9. Alt-Tab to VoiceAttack's "Capture Mouse Position" window and click OK to save the new coordinates.
    1. SultraCow
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      Thank you very much for your appreciation and effort hun ^_^, and I am working the controller thing out now, it will be up this evening
    2. madduma
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      Awesome!
    3. SultraCow
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      added your instructions and credited you : )
    4. madduma
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      Thanks! I am glad they help!
    5. madduma
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      Thanks! I am glad they help!
    6. madduma
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      You could swap the two instructions and have yours at the top as the TL;DR version :) I tend to be wordy!
    7. SultraCow
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      The Full mod is up at https://www.nexusmods.com/fallout76/mods/143/?tab=description
      Includes controller support : )
    8. madduma
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      Rock on! I will test it out over the next couple days!
  3. fright01
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    Ctrl+Tab opens an ingame version of the social menu. Might be a bit better to use. :)
    1. SultraCow
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      thankyou for that, where was this keybind exposed? i never saw it in the menus >.< , Ill add that in the multi mod version and credit you
    2. MikeHockertz
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      It only pops up when you receive friend requests or team invites I believe.
  4. SultraCow
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    Demonstration Video with Dialogue added to description page
  5. Mad Spectre
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    I think I understand what this is. It's a program that runs side by side with Fallout 76. The program allows you to issue commands ingame using only your voice? Sorry, Sultracow, but I think you might need to cutback on the random and give a proper description at the top of the description page, maybe a video showing it off too. You can keep what you have already, but a full-on description is needed. Seems like a cool idea, but it was really tough to understand what you have here. Is it an always active thing, or can I set the microphone to button press? Saying switch servers seems like a cool thing to add as a command. That, and the emotes to voice are cool ideas. Just needs to be further explained what you have here.
    1. SultraCow
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      I am really sorry ; / I thought I was being clear... I have autism and think in an abstract manner, in my mind I was being silly yes, but I thought I was still conveying the point, I am really sorry, I will adjust the name
    2. SultraCow
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      it is always active yes, I updated the description
  6. nahuelanderson
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    what the fu ck is this shi t
    1. SultraCow
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      Allows functions and commands to be used with your voice, so for instance, If you say "social" the system will automatically open the needed windows and move your mouse and click for you to get you to the social menu, It also will toggle voice in the same way if you say "Toggle Voice" You can say Eat followed by a number Eat 1-5
      You can also say Change Server to server hop
  7. neeher
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    I... I don't know what this is.

    I am afraid.
    1. JoeBlow90
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      No clear explanation, no download...
  8. everesee
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    Block button worked nice.