WordComplete
for Windows
Type better, Type less we do the rest!
Version 1.20 Release 8
User’s Guide
WordComplete: for Windows; Type better, Type
less - we do the rest!; Version 1.20 Release 8;
User’s Guide
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Table of Contents
Part I. Getting Started................................ vii
1. Quick Start .........................................1
2. Getting Started ...................................7
WordComplete User’s Guide........7
Using this Guide ...........................9
What is WordComplete?.............11
Why do I need WordComplete? .14
Features.......................................15
What You Need...........................18
Installing / Un-Installing
WordComplete ..................18
Starting WordComplete ..............23
Licensing Information ................24
License Manager ........................26
Commonly Asked Questions ......45
Customer Support.......................48
Product Catalog ..........................51
Part II. Using WordComplete.....................57
3. WordComplete Operation ................58
WordComplete General Operation
58
Keyboard Settings.......................68
Speech Settings...........................73
Appearance Settings ...................75
Wordlists Settings .......................79
Word List Assistant ....................89
Part III. WordComplete Technical
Documentation .................................110
4. Advanced User Notes.....................112
Advanced User Notes &
Information .....................112
Final Release Notes ..................113
WordComplete Files & File Notes
& Installation Information
115
WordComplete Initialization File
Documentation
v
(WORDCOMPLETE.INI)
120
Application Notes.....................137
Windows Developers ................142
Customer Suggestions ..............144
Index............................................................147
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Part I. Getting
Started
General information
about this guide, the
product, installation,
and getting started
(how to get
WordComplete
running).
Chapter 1 - Quick Start contains details on
the fastest way to install & begin using
WordComplete
Chapter 2 - Getting Started has more
information about this guide, WordComplete
features, Installing / Un-Installing, Licensing
Information, Standard Settings, using
WordComplete Setup, Commonly Asked
Questions, and information about Customer
Support.
Chapter 1. Quick Start
Install WordComplete
There are various ways to obtain IMG
software, including (but not limited to):
•
Web based / Internet download from IMG’s
web site
(http://www.imgpresents.com/demo.htm)
•
Shipped CD / DVD physical media - IMG
Product Disc
•
Download ISO image file and burn IMG
Product Disc CD / DVD
•
USB Flash Drive (pre-installed or installed
from USB media web download)
•
Single file install (from local network /
internet / other media)
•
IMG on-line account
Chapter 1. Quick Start
Note: IMG Software is built by product and
major version with minor releases. There
is only 1 unique build, but can be
packaged / delivered / obtained in various
ways. When unlicensed, the software acts
as a demonstration / evaluation copy, and
operation will be limited in length or
run-time or capabilities. Once licensed
(typically via License Key and Serial
Number, or OEM / Company-wide /
Enterprise licensing), the software will
operate with no limitations.
Recommendation: The quickest and
easiest method for obtaining IMG software
is to download the current version from
IMG’s web site
(http://www.imgpresents.com/demo.htm).
Download, then run the file to install. Test,
review, play with, and verify the software
meets your needs and requirements.
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When ready to purchase, go to the IMG
License Manager, and click on the
"Purchase License Now" button. If working
on a machine without internet access, use
the Standard or MSI single file download,
or use a Product Disc option. Separately,
purchase the license for the product
directly on the website - once you have
your License Key and Serial Number, you
can install and license the software.
The following outlines a standard retail
Product Disc based install. For other options,
refer to notes and details available at the
source. In general, the approach is to install the
software, then license the software. The
Product Disc Installation Assistant provides an
easy way to accomplish these two tasks.
•
In Windows, insert the CD or DVD - the
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AutoRun feature will load the Installation
Assistant - you may Install a licensed
product , Install other product demos, or
view Release Information. If you have a
Certificate of Authenticity, enter your
License Key, Serial Number, and Name to
Install and automatically License.
•
If AutoRun is not enabled:
•
In Windows, Click on the Start Button
•
Select Run
•
Select D:SETUP, or type D:SETUP (or
E:SETUP if CD/DVD drive E:, etc.)
•
Press (ENTER) or click on OK
•
In Windows Vista, you may not have the
Run Option - select Computer, your
CD/DVD drive, and open Setup
•
Answer the questions and follow the
instructions on your screen
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Note: You may also Un-Install
WordComplete by running SETUP.EXE
After WordComplete has been properly
installed. (WordComplete Setup will ask
you if you wish to Un-Install.) This has
been provided as a convenience to the
user. It is recommended that you use the
Control Panel | Add/Remove Programs
Icon to remove WordComplete.
Start WordComplete
Click on the Start Button, and open the Start
Menu.
Select (All) Programs, then Select
WordComplete. WordComplete menu will
have selections corresponding to the icons in
the group. Select WordComplete to begin
operation.
WordComplete will automatically run after
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install. You may click on the small icon in the
tray (near the clock) for WordComplete menu.
Refer to the on-line help, and the User’s guide
for features and capabilities of WordComplete.
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Started
WordComplete User’s Guide
Version 1.20 Release 8
11/7/2014
A Utility for Windows
Information in this document is subject to
change without notice and does not represent a
commitment on the part of Innovation
Management Group, Inc. The software
described in this document is furnished under a
license agreement or nondisclosure agreement.
The software and documentation may be used
or copied only in accordance with the terms of
Chapter 2. Getting Started
this agreement. It is against the law to copy the
software on any medium except as specifically
allowed in the license or nondisclosure
agreement. The purchaser may be allowed to
make a back-up copy. No part of this manual or
guide may be reproduced or transmitted in any
form or by any means, electronic or
mechanical, including photocopying,
recording, or information storage and retrieval
systems, for any purpose other than the
purchasers personal use, without the express
written permission of Innovation Management
Group, Inc.
This manual and product represent over 7 years
of on-going development, testing, and support.
Licensed users of the software are the most
important aspect of the entire process that
brings this manual and product into existence.
Please be respectful of all parties involved.
Trademarks:
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Microsoft Windows is a trademark of
Microsoft Corporation.
My-T-Mouse®, My-T-Pen®, My-T-Touch® and
My-T-Soft® are registered trademarks of
Innovation Management Group, Inc.
Copyrights
WordComplete Copyright © 2007-2014
Innovation Management Group, Inc.
WordComplete User’s Guide Copyright ©
2007-2014 Innovation Management Group,
Inc.
All Rights Reserved. Software Subject to
Restricted Rights.
Using this Guide
This guide is a comprehensive collection of
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details, notes, and information about
WordComplete. Portions are incorporated
within the product itself, and it is also available
in various forms (e.g. printed, on-line, PDF,
etc.).
Important User Information
This guide is for users who are familiar with
Windows, its basic concepts, and how to
operate within Windows. If you are not, the
information you may need to fully utilize
WordComplete and this guide may be limited.
You may wish to review Windows help,
tutorials, and other available information on
using and operating Windows before
continuing using this guide.
Conventions used within this guide
Note: Notes and other additional
information will be indicated in this way
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Warning
Special and other
important details to pay
close attention to will
appear this way
What is WordComplete?
WordComplete is a program that monitors user
input, and predicts words as the user types
letters. As soon as you type a character, a small
window appears which displays a list of
possible words or phrases (Word Candidate
list). The most frequently used words are
displayed first. To further assist this process, an
optional second window (inline window) can
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be displayed, and appears next to the letters
that are typed. The inline window shows the
most likely WordComplete candidate "inline"
(i.e. shows the ending of the word). This
visually helps the user see what their
completed word would look like, using the
most likely WordComplete candidate.
WordComplete provides flexible features to
meet the needs of both new and sophisticated
users & typists. Word lists can be edited, along
with advanced features including word list
building and merging tools. WordComplete
includes support for sentences and abbreviation
expansion. The display list and inline window
can be completely customized with colors,
separate font selection, and even transparency.
WordComplete also provides Text-To-Speech
options, which can be used to speak words in
the list, speak completed words, and includes
other options.
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WordComplete is a perfect solution for people
with limited hand movement, for anyone trying
to increase their typing speed and accuracy, or
for those that just want to type with less effort.
WordComplete is invaluable for data entry and
quality in industries such as healthcare,
science, law, and many other professions.
WordComplete also works with Innovation
Management Group, Inc.’s My-T-Soft family
of virtual on-screen keyboard products.
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Why do I need
WordComplete?
If you are an inexperienced typist and/or not
the greatest speller, WordComplete will greatly
improve your typing speed and accuracy.
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Experienced typists also benefit, because
typing with WordComplete requires less
keystrokes than normal touch typing. For
professions with long words, common phrases,
and strict requirements, such as healthcare, real
estate, and law, WordComplete can be
invaluable. You only need to type the first
letter(s) of a word and then select the desired
word from the list of predicted words. If
working with an on-screen keyboard, the word
lookup and completion is a great aid to any text
input.
Features
•
Large Dictionary (more than 10000 words).
•
Multiple Word Lists included.
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•
Expand or Create new dictionaries quickly
and easily with the included Word List
Assistant.
•
Auto-Learns new words as you type.
•
Can predict words and phrases.
•
Easy interface for modifying existing
dictionaries or creating new ones.
•
Works in any language.
•
Extremely customizable Word Completion
candidate window (font, background, size,
etc.).
•
Displays inline most likely WordComplete
candidate.
•
Choice of horizontal or vertical word list
window.
•
Select words with number keys (0-9), Enter,
Space or Tab key.
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•
Select words with mouse.
•
Automatic resizing based on how many
words are predicted.
•
Optional Transparent windows.
•
Text-To-Speech capabilities (speak the
selection, all words, or after word
completion).
•
Easy to undo the auto completed word.
•
Automatically adds a space after auto
completing word, or after punctuation
characters.
•
Shorthand expressions (abbreviations)
expansion support.
•
Full sentence support.
•
Can be configured for "read-only" word list
operation.
•
USB Device operation supported.
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•
End-user and Developer Support.
What You Need
To run WordComplete you need the following
equipment (hardware requirements):
•
IBM 80386 or higher or compatible
•
25 mb hard disk space available
•
128 mb memory or higher
•
Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1
•
VGA or SVGA recommended
•
Any Windows supported pointing device
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Installing / Un-Installing
WordComplete
There are various ways to obtain IMG
software, including (but not limited to):
•
Web based / Internet download from IMG’s
web site
(http://www.imgpresents.com/demo.htm)
•
Shipped CD / DVD physical media - IMG
Product Disc
•
Download ISO image file and burn IMG
Product Disc CD / DVD
•
USB Flash Drive (pre-installed or installed
from USB media web download)
•
Single file install (from local network /
internet / other media)
•
IMG on-line account
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Note: IMG Software is built by product and
major version with minor releases. There
is only 1 unique build, but can be
packaged / delivered / obtained in various
ways. When unlicensed, the software acts
as a demonstration / evaluation copy, and
operation will be limited in length or
run-time or capabilities. Once licensed
(typically via License Key and Serial
Number, or OEM / Company-wide /
Enterprise licensing), the software will
operate with no limitations.
Recommendation: The quickest and
easiest method for obtaining IMG software
is to download the current version from
IMG’s web site
(http://www.imgpresents.com/demo.htm).
Download, then run the file to install. Test,
review, play with, and verify the software
meets your needs and requirements.
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When ready to purchase, go to the IMG
License Manager, and click on the
"Purchase License Now" button. If working
on a machine without internet access, use
the Standard or MSI single file download,
or use a Product Disc option. Separately,
purchase the license for the product
directly on the website - once you have
your License Key and Serial Number, you
can install and license the software.
The following outlines a standard retail
Product Disc based install. For other options,
refer to notes and details available at the
source. In general, the approach is to install the
software, then license the software. The
Product Disc Installation Assistant provides an
easy way to accomplish these two tasks.
•
In Windows, insert the CD or DVD - the
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AutoRun feature will load the Installation
Assistant - you may Install a licensed
product , Install other product demos, or
view Release Information. If you have a
Certificate of Authenticity, enter your
License Key, Serial Number, and Name to
Install and automatically License.
•
If AutoRun is not enabled:
•
In Windows, Click on the Start Button
•
Select Run
•
Select D:SETUP, or type D:SETUP (or
E:SETUP if CD / DVD drive E:, etc.)
•
Press [Enter] or click on OK
•
In Windows Vista, you may not have the
Run Option - select Computer, your
CD/DVD drive, and open Setup
•
Answer the questions and follow the
instructions on your screen
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Note: You may also Un-Install
WordComplete by running SETUP.EXE
After WordComplete has been properly
installed. (WordComplete Setup will ask
you if you wish to Un-Install.) This has
been provided as a convenience to the
user. It is recommended that you use the
Control Panel | Add/Remove Programs
Icon to remove WordComplete.
Starting WordComplete
Click on the Start Button, and open the Start
Menu. Select (All) Programs, then Select
WordComplete. WordComplete menu will
have selections corresponding to the icons in
the group. Select WordComplete to begin
operation.
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The following icons will also be available in
WordComplete group:
WordComplete - runs WordComplete
WordComplete Help - opens WordComplete
Help (opens this document)
Licensing Information - Displays current
license status of WordComplete, allows instant
licensing
Refer to WordComplete Operation Notes for a
quick overview of WordComplete.
Licensing Information
WordComplete uses the IMG License Manager
to manage the licensed use of this product. If
unlicensed, the product will run as demo (i.e. a
demonstration version). In the demo
(unlicensed) mode, WordComplete will run for
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about an hour, and then exit, displaying the
license manager (announcing that it is
unlicensed). You may restart WordComplete
up to 100 times (the demonstration period
limit). After the demonstration period is over,
WordComplete will not operate unless it is
licensed. For extended evaluation and testing
purposes, please contact IMG Customer
Service for an evaluation license. Once
licensed, the operation will not be limited in
any way.
The most common methods of licensing are
electronic (web/e-mail based) and by
certificate (Certificate of Authenticity). In both
cases, there will be a registered serial number,
and a license key made available once a license
has been purchased - these need to be entered
into the IMG License Manager to activate a
valid license. For further details, refer to the
IMG License Manager. There is also USB
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storage device licensing, so WordComplete can
be run from the USB device, simply by
inserting the licensed device into any system.
Note: There are numerous license
schemes (including OEM, site, &
enterprise licenses) available to meet the
needs of all our customers. If you have
any licensing questions, please contact
Innovation Management Group, Inc.
directly.
License Manager
In order to License WordComplete, the correct
License Key and Serial Number must be
entered into the IMG License Manager, along
with some text for the Customer (and optional
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Company) text areas. The License Key and
Serial Number can be found on the Certificate
of Authenticity, or in the Software Unlock
Codes e-mail.
The IMG License Manager will operate with
an IMG Personal License. This is a system
based license that can license any supported
IMG product per platform. Licensing is done
through the internet and your
Build-A-Board.com account, accessed via the
"Retrieve System License" button.
WordComplete License
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Manager - Authentication
When the "Purchase / Apply License Now"
button is used (if applicable to the product),
you will have the option of selecting a Full
Support License or the IMG Personal License.
Professional / Full Support License
The License Key and Serial No. entries are a
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matched pair, and will work together to unlock
the software. The Customer entry is required
(i.e. some text must be entered in the Customer
text area), but is not part of the license unlock
process. The Company text area is optional,
and will be shown as the Source when the
product is licensed.
To quickly and easily license the software (on a
system that has internet access), simply click
on the "Purchase / Apply License Now" button.
Once connected to IMG’s website, you will be
asked to enter billing information and payment
information. Once paid, your order will be
processed, and you will receive a confirmation
e-mail and a separate e-mail with license
information. Once the order is fully processed,
you can then click the "Retrieve Purchased
License" button to automatically license your
system.
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System ID Note: The System ID is used
to accurately match the Product and
Version you wish to license with the
License Information provided. If the
system you wish to License does not have
Internet Access, you can use the Copy
System ID to Clipboard to accurately copy
the System ID to the clipboard (which can
be saved in a text file or other document
and moved to a system that does have
Internet Access).
Note: The "Retrieve System License"
uses a unique identifier to automatically
license your system (which is only sent if
the "Purchase / Apply License Now" is
used). If you try this on a different system,
or after a system update or re-install (or
after a change to this unique ID), the
software will not license automatically. You
will either need to enter the License Key
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and Serial Number, or go into Additional
License Options (see below) and use your
Order Confirmation Number and Order
E-mail to retrieve the license.
Important Note: Be sure to save and/or
print your Order Confirmation number
(with Order E-mail), along with your
License Key and Serial Number in case
you need to re-license the software in the
future (Operating System Re-install, hard
disk reformat, new system, etc.)
Certificate of Authenticity Note: For
Electronic Licenses, and Certificate of
Authenticity can be retrieved on IMG’s
website:
https://www.imgpresents.com/orders/account
This requires a valid License Key and
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Serial Number. Once entered, you may
view a PDF of the Certificate, or download
the Certificate of Authenticity PDF file (for
printing or saving).
The IMG Personal License
Purchase of a new IMG Personal License
creates a Build-A-Board.com account, and the
system will be licensed automatically via the
"Retrieve System License". If you already have
a Build-A-Board.com account, you can Apply
a license via the "Purchase / Apply License
Now" button.
WordComplete License
Manager - Additional
License Options
Professional / Full Support License
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The Additional License Options section has
tools and options to Enter or Paste Evaluation
or Other License Information; Request and
Retrieve Evaluation Licenses; Support Options
to View and Delete (Reset) the License file;
and a mechanism to retrieve a Purchased
License by entering the Order Confirmation
Number and the Order E-mail address.
Often, interested parties want to review or test
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the software without the demonstration license
limitations, and to accommodate this, IMG
makes available Evaluation Licenses. These
Evaluation Licenses are fully functional
licenses, but with a date limit (when the
evaluation date has passed, the software will
return back to the Unlicensed, Demonstration
mode).
Evaluation Licenses may be requested at the
Product Download pages on the website, or by
using the Request / Retrieve Evaluation
License button here. Note that all Evaluation
License requests are reviewed, and Evaluation
Licenses must be created by IMG personnel
(generation is not automated).
An Evaluation License sent via e-mail contains
a block of text that has the license details for
the License Manager. When sent via e-mail,
the text can be copied and subsequently pasted
into the text area here (Paste Text from
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Clipboard), then saved to enable (set) the
License Information (Save License Info).
Alternatively, if an Evaluation License is
Requested, then after processing, it may be
automatically Retrieved directly by clicking
the Request / Retrieve Evaluation License
button. Please refer to any additional
information provided by the messages shown
when using this approach.
The View Current License File
(LICENSE.LIC) button will load the file
LICENSE.LIC from the installation folder.
This file contains the actual license information
for the product, or the license information used
to validate a License Key and Serial Number.
Note: Because an Evaluation License
uses this same file, the Delete (Reset)
option should be used if Licensing the
product after using an Evaluation License.
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The Delete (Reset) License File
(LICENSE.LIC) will remove the existing
LICENSE.LIC, then copy the file
LICENSE.ORG to LICENSE.LIC (both in the
installation folder). The file LICENSE.ORG is
the "as shipped" license file, and should be the
License File when using a License Key and
Serial Number to license the software.
Note: For License Purposes, using the
Support Option to Delete (Reset) the
License File is essentially the same as
un-installing, then re-installing the
software. Because this option is quicker
and simpler, it is the preferred approach to
resolve any license issues. Note that
manually copying the file LICENSE.ORG
to LICENSE.LIC (in the installation folder)
performs the same operation as this
option.
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The License Retrieval Option will retrieve
License Information from IMG’s Website for
electronically purchased licenses. The Order
Confirmation Number and Order E-mail is
required (which appear on the Order
Confirmation page provided after successfully
placing an on-line order, and are provided
separately via an Order Confirmation E-mail).
Note: For Retrieved Licenses (via Retrieve
Purchased License, and via the Retrieve
License Support Option), License Key and
Serial Number information is processed
exactly as if this information was directly
entered in the Authentication area.
Therefore, all issues that may affect
licensing also apply to these automated
options (e.g. License File status, User
permissions, etc.)
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The IMG Personal License
The Additional License Options section has
different options when the IMG Personal
License Mode is checked. The IMG Personal
License is a system based license, and can be
retrieved at the main license page with the
"Retrieve System License" button. Most
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license issues can be dealt with online at your
Build-A-Board.com account. There are some
advanced and support options that can be
managed at the Additional License Options
page.
The "License Details" button will check the
System License and report the issue or issues
why the license is not valid. In some cases,
these details may explain the situation, and
point to a corrective action.
The "Go To Build-A-Board.com" button will
open a browser and go directly to the login
page for your Build-A-Board.com Account.
Use "View Current License File
(LICENSE.LIC)" to read the System License,
and display the License details. In some cases,
these details may explain the situation, and
point to a corrective action.
Use "Delete (Reset) License File
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(LICENSE.LIC)" to remove the System
License and Reset the System ID. This action
is not recommended and requires 2
confirmations, because all previous license
information is destroyed, and a new System
License will be required.
WordComplete License
Manager - Licensed Display
Professional / Full Support License
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When properly Licensed, a screen similar to
this will show the License Information for the
product. The display of this indicates that the
software is Licensed.
Note: Evaluation licenses also show this
screen during the days that the Evaluation
License is valid.
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The IMG Personal License
When properly Licensed with an IMG Personal
License, a screen similar to this will show the
License Information for the product. This
display indicates that the software is Licensed.
For help, support, and other options, you can
click on the "Go to My Build-A-Board.com
Account" to open a browser and access your
account online.
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If you single left click on the text display box
at the bottom, it will rotate through 3 different
views - License Information, IMG Personal
License details for the system, and results from
IMG Personal License evaluation.
The second view shows License Details from
the System License.
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The third view shows details on how the
System License was evaluated by the License
Manager.
Technical Note: Professional / Support
Licenses are licensed per product and the
LICENSE.LIC file is located in the
installation folder. The IMG Personal
License is a System License, and the
LICENSE.LIC is located in the Common
Files area of Program Files in the
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Innovation Management Group License
Manager folder.
Commonly Asked Questions
Compatibility
1. Does WordComplete work with all
Windows Applications?
Yes.
Display
2. The list of predicted words does not show
after I start typing. Why not?
Check if the program is enabled. Right click
the sytem tray icon and click on enable.
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3. Why is the list of predicted words
horizontal?
This is a user option. Right click on the system
tray icon, click on settings and then select the
Appearance tab. In the Word List section
uncheck "Use horizontal list" option.
4. Can I make the Word List candidates
window transparent?
Yes. Right click on the system tray icon, click
on settings and then select the Appearance tab
and adjust the transparency level of the list or
the inline auto complete.
5. Can I change the font or the background
of the predicted words window?
Yes. Right click on the system tray icon, click
on settings and then select the Appearance tab
and adjust them to your liking.
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6. How do I type a word from the list of
predicted words?
There are three ways to type the desired word.
Use the number keys (0-9) to select the
coresponding word from the list. Double-click
left on the word with the mouse (or with the
Single click option enabled, a single-click left).
Use the arrow keys to select the word and then
press [Enter], [Tab] or [Space] (depending on
which one is selected in the setup).
7. Can I manually add/delete words from
the dictionary?
Yes. Right click on a word from the list of
predicted words and click delete. Or for more
options open the settings dialog and click on
the Wordlists tab.
8. Can the program complete phrases?
Yes. However you need to manually enter them
in the Dictionary. Refer to WordComplete
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Wordlists settings for more information.
9. Does the program support shorthand
expressions (abbreviations)?
Yes. Refer to WordComplete Wordlists settings
for more information.
10. Can the program speak the predicted
words for me?
Yes. There are three options. Speak the
selected word, speak all predicted words (entire
list), or after auto complete (word selection).
Customer Support
WordComplete Software is backed by a
support staff trained to provide you with fast,
courteous service. Over the years, IMG has
astounded individuals at the quality of it
software and its support. So that we can
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continue to focus our resources on
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assistance in reviewing the help, manual, and
support information available at our website to
see if the problem or question has already been
addressed. However, if you need assistance
beyond what the manual, tutorial, help files,
and on-line support database provide, please
contact IMG Customer Service:
Innovation Management Group, Inc.
Customer Service
179 Niblick Road #454
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To open a Technical Support case and create a
support ticket, please refer to
https://www.imgpresents.com/orders/support/tech
Please provide, or have the following
information ready when you ask for assistance:
•
WordComplete version number, update
level.
•
Registered serial number (or if running
demo)
•
Make and Model of your computer.
•
Windows version number, any Service Packs
or major updates.
•
A description of the problem.
•
If possible, a list of the steps required to
recreate the problem.
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•
If you have seen an error code, record and
report the number.
•
Additional information may be required,
such as monitor type, type of pointing
device, amount of RAM in your system,
other software running (anti-virus, spyware,
virtual machine, etc.).
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Part II. Using
WordComplete
Description of how
to operate and
configure
WordComplete.
Description of how to operate and configure
WordComplete.
Chapter 3 - WordComplete Operation
contains basic operation notes, and details on
user settings and options.
Chapter 3.
WordComplete
Operation
WordComplete General
Operation
After you start the program, a small icon
appears in the system tray. By right-clicking on
the WordComplete icon you can access a menu
where you can quickly enable or disable
WordComplete. Within Settings, you can
access all of the program options. About shows
release information and identifies the location
where settings are saved. Finally, Exit will
close WordComplete.
Chapter 3. WordComplete Operation
WordComplete works by monitoring the user
input, and predicts what the user typing by
using an adaptive, frequency sorted list based
on the characters typed. As soon as you type a
character, a Word List candidate list window
appears, which displays a list of possible words
or phrases. The most frequently used words are
displayed at the top. To further assist this
process, a second window (inline window) can
be displayed next to the word being typed. The
inline window shows the end of the word (most
likely candidate) inline (the predicted end of
the word).
Start typing in any windows application that
accepts user input. You will see the list of
predicted words, and the inline display of the
most likely candidate (if enabled).
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If the word that you are trying to type is not in
the list, just continue typing the next letter. The
list displaying the word candidates will change
(the possible word candidates will get
narrowed down, since now WordComplete has
more information to identify the word), and
hopefully the desired word will now be in the
list.
To type a word shown in the Word List
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Candidate window, do one of the following:
•
Use the Number keys (1 - 9) to select the
corresponding word from the listbox.
•
Select a word either with the arrow keys, or
with the mouse and press [Enter], [Tab] or
[Space] (Depending on the complete method
selected).
•
Double-click a word from the list with
mouse (or single-click if enabled).
•
Double-click the inline window.
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To reduce the number of word candidates,
suffixes are not displayed initially, only after
you auto-complete a word. After a word is
completed, a list of suffixes is displayed (if
enabled in WordLists Settings), and can be
selected and used the same way as above.
Suffixes automatically remove auto-spacing,
and built-in suffix rules are used (i.e. remove e
if suffix is -ed).
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If you make a mistake, there are two ways to
undo the last auto-completed word. If you
press the Escape key, you will go back to the
position where you were right before you
auto-completed the word. You can also use the
Backspace key which will undo character by
character up to the beginning of the word. In
both cases the Word List Candidate window is
updated everytime you undo an
auto-completed word. Just try it and you will
understand immediately how it works.
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WordComplete will automatically learn as you
type, and display the most frequently used
words on the top of the list of word candidates,
and also add any new words you type to the
dictionary if they are not already there. For
more information on how to manually add, edit
or delete words from the dictionary refer to the
Wordlist Settings section.
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WordComplete can speak the word(s) from the
list of predicted words for you. By default the
currently selected word from the list of word
candidates is spoken. It is also possible to
speak the whole list. Refer to the Speech
Settings section for more information.
For better integration, and to reduce clutter, the
window that displays the predicted words is
visible only when the word that you are trying
to type is in the dictionary.
WordComplete has 2 keyboard shortcuts (hot
keys):
•
Alt-X toggles WordComplete activation
(Enable/Disable) - this is a keyboard shortcut
to this option on the menu (available from
the WordComplete icon in the system tray).
•
Alt-W opens the settings/options dialog this is a keyboard shortcut to the Settings
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option on the menu (available from the
WordComplete icon in the system tray).
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Warning
When working with
WordComplete, both the
keyboard and the
mouse can perform
various functions.
Because the Word List
Candidate window
moves along as you
type, it is important that
you be aware where
your mouse is located. It
is possible that the
mouse may cause
problems by highlighting
a selection while you are
typing, as the Word List
Candidate moves under
the mouse position. For
best results, it is
recommended you
move the mouse off the
window you are typing
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WordComplete works with any Windows
application.
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Keyboard Settings
Complete word on - Select which key to use
to perform the auto-completion. There are
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three choices: [Enter], [Tab], or [Space].
Insert space at the end of an autocompleted
word- After you auto-complete a word, a space
will be automatically added.
Note: Space added after punctuation characters
like . , ! and ?. are not affected by this setting.
You have to manually edit the configuration
WordComplete.ini file to change these
character sequences.
Allow Backspace undo - After you complete a
word, pressing the backspace will bring up the
list with word suggestions again. With each
backspace (up to the beginning of word) the
list will update with new words, and become
more and more general, since you are deleting
characters from the word which increases the
candidate list.
Allow Escape undo - After you complete a
word, pressing the Escape key will undo the
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auto-completion that you just did, go back to
the position where you were right before you
auto-completed the word, and show the Word
List candidate window.
Use number keys to complete a word - Select
if you want to be able to auto-complete a word
by using the number keys from the keyboard
(Number 1 will be the first word from the list,
2 - the second and so on, as indicated in the
Word List candidate window).
Enable Single Click on List to complete a
word - Select if you want to be able to
auto-complete a word by single-clicking with
the left-button on the mouse in the Word List
candidate window. When displayed, you can
select by double-clicking with the mouse on a
word. With this option enabled, a single
left-click will select and complete the word.
Export Current User Settings - This will take
the current user’s settings and word lists and
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compress and save them on the Desktop as a
"WordComplete_Settings.zip" file. This allows
users to transfer settings from one system to
another. If multiple exports are done, each file
name will change by adding a "+" symbol to
the export file name. For exact location of a
user’s settings, refer to the About information
(available via the taskbar tray icon menu).
Import Settings - This will use a previously
exported "WordComplete_Settings.zip" file
and overwrite and replace the settings and
word lists for the current user. To perform this
operation, WordComplete will be closed (if
OK is accepted when warned), then a File
Selection window will be opened to select a
"WordComplete???_Settings.zip" file. If
selected, and the operation confirmed, the
current user’s existing settings will be
overwritten and be replaced with the settings
contained within the selected file. For exact
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location of a user’s settings, refer to the About
information (available via the taskbar tray icon
menu).
General Options available at all Settings
pages
•
Help - This will open this help file to the
appropriate section for the page you are on.
•
Check for Updates... - This will use the
IMG Download Manager to check for any
updates
•
OK - This will accept and apply all changes
made, and close the Settings pages
•
Cancel - This will cancel and disregard any
changes made, and close the Settings pages
•
Apply - This will accept and apply all
changes made and update WordComplete
without closing the Settings pages
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Speech Settings
Enable speech - Turns on or off the speech
capabilities. This option might not be available
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if you computer does not have sound
capabilities or the correct speech software is
not installed. See Text-To-Speech notes in the
Application Notes section for further details.
Auto speak words
Selection - WordComplete will speak the
currently selected word from the list of word
candidates. The first word from the Word List
candidate window is selected by default on
each new character typed, so it will be spoken.
If you select with the arrow keys or the mouse,
the word will be spoken.
On auto-completed word - WordComplete
will speak the word after it is auto-completed.
All matches - WordComplete will speak all the
words from the list of word candidates. Use the
slider to adjust the delay between each word
spoken.
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Appearance Settings
Word List:
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Text: - Lets you choose the font for text of the
words displayed in the list of predicted words.
You can also select the Text color in the Font
dialog.
Background - Lets you choose the
background color of the window that shows the
list of predicted words.
Selection - Lets you choose the background
color of the current selection in the list of
predicted words.
Use horizontal list - Check this to make the
list of word candidates horizontal, rather than
vertical. Uncheck to make it vertical.
Enable transparency - Makes the Word List
candidate window transparent. Use the slider to
adjust the level of transparency.
Inline Window:
Show inline window - Lets you toggle the
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inline window on or off. When unchecked,
none of the other options for the inline window
are available.
Text: - Lets you choose the font for text of the
word displayed in the inline window. You can
also select the Text color in the Font dialog.
Background - Lets you choose the
background color of the inline window.
Match document size - Will try to make the
size fo the text of the inline window the same
as the program you are typing in. Because the
size of the text caret can vary from the actual
font used in the application, this may not match
the size exactly.
Show Border - Draws a border around the
inline window.
Use the same font as list - Makes the font of
the inline window the same size as the font of
the Word List Candidates window.
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Enable transparency - Makes the inline
window transparent. Use the slider to adjust the
level of transparency.
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Wordlists Settings
Enable Auto learning of new words - Lets
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you choose if you want new words to be added
automatically to the dictionary, and the
frequency count of existing words to be
updated, so that they show at the top of the
word candidates list.
Show suffixes after a word was
autocompleted - Right after you
auto-complete a word, the suffixes window will
be displayed, where you can select a suffix to
be added to the word. You do not have to worry
about adding spaces, it is done automatically. If
you do not need to add a suffix you can just
start typing a new word. There are certain built
in rules for -ed and words ending in e, and -es
with words ending in y.
Number of word matches in a window Adjusts the maximum number of words that
will be displayed in the list of word candidates.
The list resizes itself automatically based on
the number of word matches. So even if you
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set the maximum number of word matches to 9
the list may display less words if there are not
enough words in the dictionary that match
what you typed.
Note: There is a maximum of 18
candidates that will be pulled from the
dictionary for any character sequence. You
can scroll the Word List Candidates
window by using the arrow keys (i.e. scroll
down to see past the currently displayed
list (if there are more words provided from
the dictionary based on the current lookup
character sequence)).
Minimum length of word to learn - Select
how long the word must be that was typed in
order to be automatically added to the
dictionary.
Align list - Aligns the Word List candidates
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window either with the numbers, the beginning
of the words from the list, or moves the
window with the caret as you type.
Edit wordlists
The list on the left displays all of the available
wordlists. Selecting one of them will display
all the words from it in the right window.
To add new word - Click on the New button.
A new window will open where you can type
the word you want added to the dictionary, and
the frequency (high frequency means the word
will show on top of the list of predicted words)
of that word.
To edit a word - Select the word and click on
the Edit button. A new window will open
where you can type the word you want added
to the dictionary, and the frequency of that
word.
To delete a word - Select the word and click
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on the Delete button. This operation cannot be
undone.
Note: The suffixes list cannot only be
edited using the "Edit Word List File"
option. This list is not automatically sorted
or updated with frequency, so the suffix list
is displayed based on the text file itself.
Edit Word List File - To open a wordlist file
directly in an Editor (Notepad), select a
wordlist from the leftmost pane and click the
"Edit Word List File" button.
Note: You can also add shorthand
(abbreviation) expressions to the
dictionary. Use the following format:
abr==Expansion - where "abr" is an
abbreviation (up to 3 characters) and the
"Expansion" is what you want to be
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entered when the abbreviation is typed
and selected (can be a single word or a
phrase).
To create an abbreviation / expansion
entry, click on the "New" button and enter
the abbreviation, then the double equal
(==), followed by the expansion.
After you add the properly formed
abbreviation and expansion to the
dictionary (see above how to add words to
the dictionary), once you start typing the
abbreviation, you will see your shorthand
expansion in the Word Candidates list
preceded by ==.
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For capital letters, you need to edit the
word list file directly. Select the letter of the
list, then click on the "Edit Word List File"
button to open the text editor (Notepad).
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When typing, your abbreviation will appear
in the word list, sorted with other words. In
practice, just typing the abbreviation and
then typing the selection key ([Enter],
[Space], or [Tab]) will type the abbreviation
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expansion.
This is the result of typing "im[Enter]" - a
lot of typing saved!
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Advanced - For advanced word list options,
like merging word lists, creating a word list
from a file, and other word list options, click
on the Advanced button. For more details, refer
to the Word List Assistant section.
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Word List Assistant
What is Word List Assistant?
WordComplete uses multiple sorted text files
with frequency counts to identify word
completion candidates. Since different users
require different types of words, the ability to
modify & optimize the word lists to match a
specific user is desirable. The Word List
Assistant provides various options to help
manage multiple Word Lists.
Word List Assistant has the following
features and capabilities:
•
Always saves the current Word List used by
WordComplete by compressing all files into
a single, compressed file (using the widely
available Zip format)
•
Make any available or newly downloaded
Word List the current Word List by
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extracting from the compressed file into the
location required for WordComplete
•
Read existing Document, Text, HTML files
(or of any file type) to count word frequency
and add new words
•
Remove words from the candidate list so
they will not be added into the users Current
Word List
•
View a Word List
•
Rename or Copy a Word List
•
Create New Word Lists - an empty list, or
with words from existing files
•
Merge a Word List with the current Word
List
•
Delete Word Lists
How do I work with Word List Assistant?
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When the Word List Assistant is run, you have
4 main options:
•
Manage Word Lists (details below)
•
Add Words from file(s) to Current Word List
(details below)
•
Help for Word List Assistant (this document)
•
Exit (closes Word List Assistant)
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Manage Word Lists
When selected, this option will compress the
current Word List (it does not delete the current
Word List files) and automatically names the
list (WL_[Date]-[am/pm][Time]).
If you select one of the available Word Lists,
the list will be opened for viewing.
Hints: Your current Word List will ALWAYS
be saved when you enter Manage Word
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Lists. If the Word List Assistant is used
often, this will create many word list files however, it is easy to select many files
(click & drag), then use the Delete
Selected option to clear out any unwanted
word list files. This automatic approach
preserves word lists as snapshots in time,
which may be useful if manipulating word
lists using the Word List Assistant.
All Word Lists managed with this tool will
be prefixed with Word List prefix (WL_) you do not need to enter it.
Note: The Word Lists are text files with 3
header lines followed by a word (or words
with spaces), a space character, and then
a frequency count, completed with a
carriage return/line feed character
combination. It is recommended to let this
tool & WordComplete manage these word
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lists for you. If you wish to work with these
lists directly, you are welcome to, but
please be completely familiar with the
structure of the existing files prior to
modifying them. WordComplete has
various checkpoints to handle ill-formed
lists, but there is no support for
WordComplete operational issues if you
modify lists directly.
The internal logic starts at the end of the
line and finds the first space character
(from the end), then uses the resultant text
between this spot and the end-of-the-line
to establish the frequency value of the
entry. All text from the beginning of the line
to this "last-most" space is used as the
word list candidate. Commas are not
allowed in the word lists, as this is the
separator used to identify individual word
list candidates.
The Word List files are stored in a
WordLists folder underneath the current
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user’s configuration location. To reference
the current location, see WordComplete
Setup | File | Show Config File Location.
Refer to the ConfigPath in the Initialization
file for further details.
View Word List
You can double-click on a word list to view, or
select a word list, and click on this button.
When viewing a word list from the Word List
Assistant, you can sort the list alphabetically,
by frequency (either ascending or descending).
When frequency sorted, the list shows the
internal representation (numbers) used to
properly sort the list.
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Create New Wordlist
You can create an empty word list, or create a
new wordlist from existing files. You will be
asked to name the word list. Simply enter the
new name (the WL_ prefix and .ZIP extension
will be automatically entered). If you select the
"from Files" option, you can then select one or
more files to use. Depending on your situation,
it may be easier to manage many word list files
separately, and then merge them to make a final
version. Once you are happy with your current
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word list, you can return to the Word List
Assistant, select your most recent word list,
and rename (or copy) it to a newly named word
list.
Copy Word List
You can copy an existing word list to a
different word list. Simply enter the new name
(the WL_ prefix and .ZIP extension will be
automatically entered).
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Rename Word List
You can rename an existing word list. Enter the
new name (the WL_ prefix and .ZIP extension
will be automatically entered).
Delete Selected
You can remove (permanently delete!) existing
word lists or multiple word lists by
highlighting one or many, and click on Delete
Selected. IMPORTANT: This will destroy the
word list files if you confirm the deletion!
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Merge Word List into Current
This merges a selected word list into the
current word list. You have the option of
deleting any words that are not desired or are
inappropriate by highlighting one or many
words, and clicking on Delete Selected. Once
you are satisfied with the list, click on OK to
Add these words to the current word list.
Make Word List Current
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This makes the selected word list the current
word list used by WordComplete.
IMPORTANT: This will overwrite your current
word list! Also note that the Word List
Assistant ALWAYS saves your current word
list (as indicated above).
Add Words from file(s) to Current Word
List
•
Select a File, or Files, or All Files in a Folder
•
Process the words - note that large files may
take some time...
•
Review the new additions to delete any
words you do not wish to add - you may sort
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Alphabetically, or by Frequency (both
Ascending and Descending).
Hints: To easily add a small number of
words, use the Edit Word lists option
directly from WordComplete Setup - the
Advanced nature of the Word List
Assistant means it doesn’t duplicate this
basic functionality.
To easily add a specific set of words, enter
the words into Notepad, and save the file
(default type as Text file), then open the
file and process it with this option.
If you wish to edit specific words, add them
and then return to the Edit Words dialog.
If you need more flexibility or more control,
you may also use Notepad to edit the word
lists directly (they are saved as Text files).
It is extremely likely that various character
sequences and non-words will be added
to the list - Always review the list to delete
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items that you do not want in your word
lists.
If you get a large amount of undesirable
character sequences, try converting the
file (File | Save As) to a different file type
from the source.
Operation Notes
For backwards compatibility, files must be
ANSI (rather than Unicode).
A fair amount of error checking is handled
within the Word List Assistant, but every last
possibility has not been addressed. This tool is
meant to bring in basic documents and add the
words that a particular user works with most
often. If you experience operational errors,
reduce the number of files you are processing,
increase system memory, or review the
documents directly. If you have problems with
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a particular file type, you may want to convert
the file into a different format and try again.
Words are built from the alphabet, and
international characters above 128 (ANSI - see
Character Map). All punctuation, brackets,
parentheses, and the space character, are
treated as non-word characters, and end the
current word (except the backslash \ and
single-quote ’).
Advanced Notes: The 2 folders that Word
List Assistant works with are the
configuration files folder (where the current
Word List files are located), and the
WordLists sub-folder (where compressed
Word Lists are stored, and where
temporary Word List files are created (e.g.
A.TXT, B.TXT, etc.)). When Managing
Word Lists within the Word List Assistant,
it is important to realize the "Current" word
list is never touched or modified, unless
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one of the options to modify it is selected
(Add Words from Files to Current Word
List, Manage Word Lists | Merge Word List
with Current, and Manage Word Lists |
Make Selected Word List Current).
Although saving the current word list every
time the Manage Word List option is
selected may seem excessive, it
guarantees that Word Lists will not be lost,
especially when people new to the Word
List Assistant start trying the various
options. Since these files may be deleted
from with the Manage Word List option,
and users familiar with the Word List
Assistant will not be constantly creating
new backups by going into the Manage
Word List option, this seemed the
appropriate solution, and is less confusing
than the approach tried in the previous
Word List Assistant (where the user was
asked to name the current backup).
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Copyright & License Information
The ZIP32.DLL/UNZIP32S.DLL file used to
extract the Zip file was not developed by
Innovation Management Group, Inc. The
following copyright & license information is
included here as required.
===================================
This is version 2000-Apr-09 of the Info-ZIP
copyright and license.
The definitive version of this document should
be available at
ftp://ftp.info-zip.org/pub/infozip/license.html
indefinitely.
Copyright (c) 1990-2000 Info-ZIP. All rights
reserved.
For the purposes of this copyright and license,
"Info-ZIP" is defined as the following set of
individuals:
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Mark Adler, John Bush, Karl Davis, Harald
Denker, Jean-Michel Dubois, Jean-loup Gailly,
Hunter Goatley, Ian Gorman, Chris Herborth,
Dirk Haase, Greg Hartwig, Robert Heath,
Jonathan Hudson, Paul Kienitz, David
Kirschbaum, Johnny Lee, Onno van der
Linden, Igor Mandrichenko, Steve P. Miller,
Sergio Monesi, Keith Owens, George Petrov,
Greg Roelofs, Kai Uwe Rommel, Steve
Salisbury, Dave Smith, Christian Spieler,
Antoine Verheijen, Paul von Behren, Rich
Wales, Mike White
This software is provided "as is," without
warranty of any kind, express or implied. In no
event shall Info-ZIP or its contributors be held
liable for any direct, indirect, incidental,
special or consequential damages arising out of
the use of or inability to use this software.
Permission is granted to anyone to use this
software for any purpose, including
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commercial applications, and to alter it and
redistribute it freely, subject to the following
restrictions:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain
the above copyright notice, definition,
disclaimer, and this list of conditions.
2. Redistributions in binary form must
reproduce the above copyright notice,
definition, disclaimer, and this list of
conditions in documentation and/or other
materials provided with the distribution.
3. Altered versions--including, but not limited
to, ports to new operating systems, existing
ports with new graphical interfaces, and
dynamic, shared, or static library
versions--must be plainly marked as such and
must not be misrepresented as being the
original source. Such altered versions also
must not be misrepresented as being Info-ZIP
releases--including, but not limited to, labeling
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of the altered versions with the names
"Info-ZIP" (or any variation thereof, including,
but not limited to, different capitalizations),
"Pocket UnZip," "WiZ" or "MacZip" without
the explicit permission of Info-ZIP. Such
altered versions are further prohibited from
misrepresentative use of the Zip-Bugs or
Info-ZIP e-mail addresses or of the Info-ZIP
URL(s).
4. Info-ZIP retains the right to use the names
"Info-ZIP," "Zip," "UnZip," "WiZ," "Pocket
UnZip," "Pocket Zip," and "MacZip" for its
own source and binary releases.
Except where otherwise noted Copyright ©
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Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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Part III.
WordComplete
Technical
Documentation
Advanced User
Notes, Technical
Documentation,
File Information,
and various Other
Information about
WordComplete.
Chapter 4 - Advanced User Notes details
additional product information, Final Release
Notes, Technical Notes, Advanced User Notes,
Initialization File Documentation, Application
Notes, Developer information, and Customer
Suggestions.
Chapter 4. Advanced
User Notes
Advanced User Notes &
Information
The Advanced User Notes and Technical
Documentation covers a wide-range of topics
& information. Detailing all of the features,
options, settings mixed in with the standard
product help would overwhelm the majority of
users, so the more technical and advanced
portions are included here.
Note: For up-to-date information, and
other specific technical issues, it will
always be important to refer to the on-line
Chapter 4. Advanced User Notes
support database at
http://www.imgpresents.com/imgfaq.htm
If you have been referred to this section, or
have been unable to resolve your question(s) or
problems within this manual, on-line help, and
tutorial, or are an advanced user familiar with
Windows Initialization files (INI type files), the
Registry, and wish to learn all of
WordComplete configuration Options, please
read the following chapter. For developers,
integrators, or technicians, the following
information should be read in its entirety - also
refer to the IMG Developer’s Kit for even more
options & other advanced information.
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Final Release Notes
Version 1.20 is the first public release of
WordComplete. This utilizes the Word
Completion and adaptive Word Prediction
technology previously available in OnScreen,
the Assistive Technology version of Innovation
Management Group, Inc.’s My-T-Soft family
of onscreen keyboards. WordComplete
provides a customizable front-end user
interface for use with either a physical
keyboard or a virtual keyboard. March 5, 2008
Version 1.20 Release 2 - maintenance updates,
memory issues. August 5, 2009
Version 1.20 Release 4 - Windows 7
compatibility, license updates. Note there is no
Release 3 - synchronize with IMG Products
DVD release. November 24, 2009
Version 1.20 Release 5 - License Manager
updates. September 17, 2012
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Version 1.20 Release 6 - Windows 8
Compatibility. June 17, 2013
Version 1.20 Release 7 - IMG Personal
License. February 14, 201411/7/2014
Version 1.20 Release 8 - IMG Data Manager
1.39, license updates - 11/7/2014
WordComplete Files & File
Notes & Installation
Information
WordComplete Files & File Notes
Files located in the WordComplete Installation
Directory:
The following files are REQUIRED for proper
operation of
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WordComplete: (Version specific files
indicated)
* - indicates the minimum files required for
functional operation of WordComplete
- WordComplete.EXE* - WordComplete
executable
- WordComplete.highestAvailable.EXE* WordComplete executable with manifest to
load with highest available privileges for the
current user. For further information, see
Windows 8 Notes in Application Notes.
- WordComplete.requireAdministrator.EXE* WordComplete executable with manifest to
load as Administrator. For further information,
see Windows 8 Notes in Application Notes.
- WordComplete.INI* - WordComplete
Initialization File
- WordComplete.ORG - Original
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WordComplete Initialization File
- HOOKS.DLL* - WordComplete Dynamic
Link Library
- WordsDLL.DLL* - WordComplete Dynamic
Link Library - Word List Lookup
- IMGVERS.DLL* - IMG Dynamic Link
Library
- HELP\*.html, HELP\IMAGES\*.png WordComplete Help
- LICENSE.EXE* - IMG License Manager
- LICENSE2.EXE* - IMG License verification
only (read-only access)
- LICENSE.LIC* - IMG License File
- LICENSE.ORG - Original IMG License File
- LICENSE.TXT - IMG End User License
Agreement
- README.TXT - Product Installation text file
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- MANIFEST.TXT - Reference File from Build
- IMGUTIL.EXE - used for installation and
uninstallation of software
- A.TXT - Z.TXT,-.TXT, etc. - Word List files
- WORDLIST.EXE - Word List Assistant, read
in files, save Word List files, install new Word
Lists, Requires ZIP32.DLL, UNZIP32S.DLL
- IMGSOUND.EXE* - Used for Sounds and
Text-To-Speech
- UNZIP32S.DLL - Dynamic Link Library for
installation and updates
- ZIP32.DLL - Zip library for compressing
Word Lists
- uninstall.exe - Used for un-installation link
(MSI Installs)
Other Folders:
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WORDLISTS - Word Lists - saved and
international
- MANAGER\ESTABLISH.EXE - this is a
post installation utility that establishes or
updates the IMG Download Manager and IMG
License Manager files as outlined below.
Located in \Program Files\Common
Files\Innovation Management
Group\Download Manager directory:
- IMGCLEAN.EXE - used to complete
uninstall of software, required for Control
Panel Add/Remove Programs
- IMGDLM.EXE - The IMG Download
Manager - Installed by
MANAGER\ESTABLISH.EXE
- IMGNET.DLL - The IMG Download
Manager Library - Installed by
MANAGER\ESTABLISH.EXE
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Located in \Program Files\Common
Files\Innovation Management
Group\License Manager directory:
- LICENSE.DLL - library used by the IMG
License Manager and IMG Download Manager
WordComplete Initialization
File Documentation
(WORDCOMPLETE.INI)
Listed below are settings and information for
specific applications that require special
actions by WordComplete, along with the
Configuration settings for WordComplete.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The
DoNotUseRegistry and ConfigPath
settings are always initially read from the
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WordComplete.INI in the installation folder
(location of WordComplete.exe). Only if
DoNotUseRegistry=1 will the ConfigPath
be evaluated to determine where to read
the user’s settings from.
Note: For USB licensing, the settings are
ConfigPath=0, and DoNotUseRegistry=1.
This uses the location on the USB device,
and not the registry (so settings are
carried from system to system on the USB
device).
All Settings are the default Settings of
WordComplete.
[Configuration]
The following are the default settings for
WordComplete at Install.
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ConfigPath=1
This setting determines where the
WordComplete.INI file will be located.
ConfigPath=0 means the WordComplete.INI
will be in the installation folder - there are no
per user configuration files with this setting and
user permissions must allow read-write access
to WordComplete, or users must run with a
fixed (read-only) configuration. When
ConfigPath=1 or ConfigPath=2, each user will
have their own configuration files. If
ConfigPath=3, these are in shared among all
users in a public location (this is the preferred
setting if global settings for all users is
desired).
Note: When DoNotUseRegistry=0, the
ConfigPath setting is used only for storing
of the Dictionary files, not the program
settings.
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Note that the WordComplete.INI file in the
installation folder determines the location of
new users’ configuration files, and if an
administrator changes this after WordComplete
has already been used by other users, their
existing individual configuration files will NOT
be transferred to the new location. What will
happen is the software will be unable to find
configuration files for the current user in the
current specified path, and a copy of the
current configuration files will be used as a
starting point for this new location.
This is a breakdown by Operating System of
the specific locations used - [User] indicates
the actual user logged onto the system, and
[ProductDir] indicates the Product’s directory
name, e.g. WordComplete folder.
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ConfigPath Locations
ConfigPath: 0
Windows 2000/XP: \Program Files
\[ProductDir]
Windows Vista: \Program Files
\[ProductDir]
ConfigPath: 1
Windows 2000/XP: C:\Documents and
Settings \[User] \Application Data \Innovation
Management Group \[ProductDir]
Windows Vista: C:\Users \[User] \AppData
\Roaming \Innovation Management Group
\[ProductDir]
ConfigPath: 2
Windows 2000/XP: C:\Documents and
Settings \[User] \Local Settings \Application
Data \Innovation Management Group
\[ProductDir]
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Windows Vista: C:\Users \[User] \AppData
\Local \Innovation Management Group
\[ProductDir]
ConfigPath: 3
Windows 2000/XP: C:\Documents and
Settings \All Users \Application Data
\Innovation Management Group \[ProductDir]
Windows Vista: C:\ProgramData
\Innovation Management Group \[ProductDir]
NoAnnounce=0
If NoAnnounce=1, then the "Text to Speech is
available" announcement is not spoken. This
setting must be set in the INI in the Installation
directory, i.e. where IMGSOUND.EXE is
located
[Settings]
DoNotUseRegistry=1
If DoNotUseRegistry=0, then the registry is
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used for each user
(HKEY_CURRENT_USER). The location is
at [HKEY_CURRENT_USER \Software
\Innovation Management Group
\WordComplete \Settings]. If
DoNotUseRegistry=1, then the INI file is used
(as specified by the ConfigPath setting).
186=%%008%%186%%032
188=%%008%%188%%032
190=%%008%%190%%032
191=%%008%%191%%032
49=%%008%%049%%032
Punctuation characters rules. Do not modify
these.
Note: The numbers (in decimal, 3 digits
each), refer to Windows Virtual Key codes.
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InsertSpaceAtEnd=1
Inserts a space after word auto completion.
AllowVkBackUndo=1
After a word is auto completed pressing the
backspace key will show the word list
candidates window. With each backspace the
word list candidates window is updated, until
the beginning of the word.
AllowVkEscUndo=1
When Escape key is pressed after a word auto
completion, returns to the position when the
enter Key (or whatever method was used to
autocomplete the word) was pressed and shows
the word list candidates window.
ShowSuffixes=1
If ShowSuffixes=1 WordComplete will show
the Suffixes window after word was auto
completed.
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ShowInline=1
If ShowInline=1, this Enables (shows) the
inline auto complete window.
HorizontalList=0
HorizontalList=1 makes the list of predicted
words horizontal. If HorizontalList=0 the list is
vertical.
AllignOnWords=0
Determines how the list of predicted is aligned
with the currently typed word.
0 - aligns the predicted words window with the
beginning of the currently typed word.
1 - tries to align the words from the listbox
with the beginning of the currently typed word.
2 - moves with the caret as you type.
SpeakWordDelay=2000
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When speaking of all the words from the list is
enabled (SpeakAll), this determines the delay
between each word spoken. The entry is in
milliseconds, e.g. 1000 means 1 second.
SpeakOnComplete=0
After autocompletion of a word, will speak the
word that was auto completed.
SpeakSelection=1
When SpeakSelection=1, this will speak the
currently selected word from the list of
selected words.
SpeakAll=1
When SpeakAll=1, this will speak all the
words from the word list.
SpeakEnabled=1
Enable or disable speech. If Text-To-Speech is
not available, this will automatically be set to 0.
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EnableTransperancy=1
Enable transparency of the predictions window.
LayeredPct=211
This is the transparency level for the
predictions window. It can range from 1-255,
with 255 being opaque (NOT transparent) At
lower levels, the windows becomes more &
more transparent
EnableTransperancyInline=1
Enable transparency of the inline auto
complete window.
LayeredPct=211
This is the transparency level for the inline
auto complete window. It can range from
1-255, with 255 being opaque (NOT
transparent) At lower levels, the windows
becomes more & more transparent
HowManyWords=7
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The maximum number of words will be shown
inside the prediction window. Do not make
greater than 9.
EnableAutoLearn=1
Enable or disable the learning of new words, or
updating the word frequencies of existing
words.
MinAutoLearnLength=3
How long the word typed must be in order to
be learned (added to the dictionary) or its
frequency updated (in the dictionary).
UseNumbers=1
Enable the use of number keys (0-9) to
complete a word.
WordCompleteKey=13
This is the keyboard key that will be used to
perform the autocomplete.
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Change to 9 for TAB, 32 for SPACEBAR, or
13 for ENTER. Do not use any other values.
FixedSizeInline=1
If set to 1, the size of the font of the inline
autocomplete will be matched to the font of the
application you are currently typing in.
UseSameFont=0
If UseSameFont=1, the font size and color of
the inline window will be the same as Word
List candidates window.
ShowBorderInline=0
Shows a thin border around the inline
autocomplete window.
DisableWordlistTab=0
If DisableWordListTab=1, then this disables
the wordlist tab (will not be shown at all) in the
settings dialog. WordComplete must be
restarted for this change.
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FontFaceInline=Arial
The font family of the inline autocomplete
window.
FontSizeInline=12
The font size of the inline autocomplete
window in pixels.
FontWeightInline=400
The font weight (how bold it is) of the inline
autocomplete window. Higher values means
more bolder text.
FontColorInline=14578478
The font color of the inline autocomplete
window. This is a decimal representation of the
HEX value of the color (0x00BBGGRR).
BackColorInline=16777215
The Background color of the inline
autocomplete window. This is a decimal
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representation of the HEX value of the color
(0x00BBGGRR).
FontFaceList=Arial
The font family of the text in the prediction
window .
FontSizeList=21
The font size of the prediction window in
pixels.
FontWeightList=144
The font weight (how bold it is) of the
prediction window . Higher values means more
bolder text.
FontColorList=16777215
The font color of the prediction window. This
is a decimal representation of the HEX value of
the color (0x00BBGGRR).
FontColorListSelect=0
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The font color of the selected word from the
prediction window. This is a decimal
representation of the HEX value of the color
(0x00BBGGRR).
BackColorList=8404992
The Background color of the prediction
window. This is a decimal representation of the
HEX value of the color (0x00BBGGRR).
BackColorListSelect=65535
The Background color of selected item from
the prediction window. This is a decimal
representation of the HEX value of the color
(0x00BBGGRR).
KeyboardClass1=My-T-Soft
To integrate with other applications. The
WordComplete will stick to the top/sides of
your application instead of following where
you type.
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KeyboardClass2=My-T-Mouse
To integrate with other applications. The
WordComplete will stick to your application
instead of following where you type. The
internal logic will check KeyboardClass1, and
if it cannot find a window with that class, then
it will check KeyboardClass2.
SingleClick=1
If set, allows a single click on List Box to
select a word (in addition to double click)
MagActive=1
INI only, if MagActive=1, the WordComplete
works with The Magnifier & sets the mouse
position when The Magnifier is in use. This
helps reduce screen positioning issues when
used with IMG’s The Magnifier.
Editor=Notepad
INI only, Editor setting is used for external
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editing of word lists, default can be overridden
by setting this to a program to use (internal
API call using ShellExecute and the "open"
verb). Program must be able to edit file based
on first parameter, i.e. someeditor.exe %1,
where %1 is the file name.
[Help]
ADVANCEDWORDLIST=wordlistassistant.ht
The help section is for external IMG utilities &
links to the HTML help
Application Notes
Windows 8 Notes
Special use executables: Included in the
installation folder are three executables for
WordComplete - WordComplete.exe,
WordComplete.highestAvailable.exe, and
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WordComplete.requireAdministrator.exe.
Depending on the configuration of User
Account Control (UAC) and the specific needs
of an individual user, there can be situations
where one of the optional executables may be
more appropriate. If necessary, rename
WordComplete.exe to
WordComplete.asInvoker.exe, then rename the
desired optional executable to
WordComplete.exe. These contain requested
execution levels in the manifest for handling by
the system. Due to User Interface Privilege
Isolation (UIPI) concerns, these will allow
operation for different applications and special
usage situations. For example, if a application
is elevated to Administrator, WordComplete
may not operate as desired if running as the
default "asInvoker" execution level. By using
the "highestAvailable" or
"requireAdministrator" executables,
WordComplete will be elevated when the
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process is started.
Start Screen operation - WordComplete will
operate in the Search pane, Settings search,
File search etc., although synchronizing will
work best once the window is visible. At the
start screen / start menu, a user can begin to
type and it will open the search pane, but due
to timing with the Active accessibility events,
the WordComplete word list may be displayed
out of position. Backspacing and re-typing
with the window visible will allow proper
synchronization.
Text-To-Speech Notes
Windows XP and Windows Vista/7/8 have
Text-To-Speech capability already available.
You can access Speech settings from the
Control Panel. In Windows 2000, the speech
capabilities need to be added. On the IMG
Product CD, you can find an installation file in
the Speech folder (use Windows Explorer to
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browse the CD). The Speech capabilities can
be added with this installation file.
If there is a problem with your sound card, or
audio capabilities on the system, speech may
also be disabled. Refer to the Windows Control
Panel and System | Device Manager and the
Speech/Sound applets for further details or to
resolve any problems affecting Text-To-Speech
on your system. When available,
WordComplete will enable this capability.
Compatibility Notes
To synchronize the position of the word list
candidate window and the inline window,
WordComplete uses Windows Active
Accessibility features (Windows Events).
Older programs may not fully support these
events fully or at all, and certain types of
windows (command prompts, special
windows, etc.) may also not handle these
events consistently. Also, depending on the
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version of Windows you are using and Service
Packs & updates, operation may be
inconsistent among different applications. If
you experience any of these types of issues,
you should try some or all of the following:
•
Make sure your version of Windows is
completely up-to-date (Windows Updates)
•
Try clicking with the mouse on the
application first, before typing
•
Close and restart WordComplete
•
Close any other program other than the
application you are trying to use
•
Check for updates for WordComplete
There is a known compatibility issue with
virtual keyboards and shifted-punctuation after
a word completion in Windows 2000. The
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automatic backspace that occurs with a period
or comma does not occur correctly with
shifted-punctuation characters such as the
exclamation point and question mark. An extra
space is added, because the automatic
backspace does not occur.
Windows Developers
Note: The external WordsDLL.DLL
interface is outlined and specified in the
IMG Developer’s Kit so alternative
approaches to the word lookup can be
used with the user-interface presented by
WordComplete. Depending on customer
requirements and demands, there may be
additional tools and interface details
available. Refer to the link below to gain
access to the IMG Developer’s Kit.
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Developers Notes, downloadable files, sample
code, and other useful integration and
programming information is available at
Innovation Management Group, Inc.’s Web
Site: http://www.imgpresents.com/imgdev.htm
Developers wishing more technical
information about WordComplete, messaging
information, and details how applications can
interface with WordComplete should contact
Innovation Management Group, Inc.
For Questions or other information you may
contact:
Innovation Management Group, Inc.
Customer Service
179 Niblick Road #454
Paso Robles, CA 93446
USA
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1-800-889-0987 (US & Canada)
+1-818-701-1579
+1-818-936-0200 (fax)
<cs@imgpresents.com>
http://www.imgpresents.com
Customer Suggestions
We appreciate and welcome suggestions from
our users for features that you would like to see
in future versions of WordComplete. Please
feel free to send us any comments you may
have that would make our product more useful
to you. All suggestions and ideas become the
property of Innovation Management Group,
Inc.
Send to:
Innovation Management Group, Inc.
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Customer Service
179 Niblick Road #454
Paso Robles, CA 93446
USA
Or contact us directly:
1-800-889-0987 (US & Canada)
+1-818-701-1579
+1-818-936-0200 (fax)
<cs@imgpresents.com>
http://www.imgpresents.com
Date:_____________________
Name:_____________________
Address:___________________
City:______________________
State:____Zip:_____________
WordComplete Comments and Suggestions:
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__________________________
__________________________
__________________________
__________________________
Version 1.20 Release 8
11/7/2014
Copyright © 2007-2014 by Innovation
Management Group, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
My-T-Mouse®, My-T-Pen®, My-T-Touch® and
My-T-Soft® are registered trademarks of
Innovation Management Group, Inc.
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Index
Alt-W - Hot
Key, 65
Alt-X - Hot
Key, 65
Appearance
Settings, 76
Application
Notes, 137
A
Add/Remove
Programs, 4,
22
Advanced
User Notes,
112
AllignOnWords
- INI setting,
128
AllowVkBackUndo
- INI setting,
127
AllowVkEscUndo
- INI setting,
127
B
BackColorInline
- INI setting,
133
BackColorList
- INI setting,
135
BackColorListSe
- INI setting,
135
Index
C
Contacting
IMG, 142
Copyrights, 9
Customer
Service, 49
Customer
Suggestions,
144
Customer
Support, 48
Catalog, 51
CD
(CD-ROM or
DVD), 1, 19
Certificate of
Authenticity,
1, 19
Check for
Updates, 73
Commonly
Asked
Questions, 45
Compatibility,
137
Complete
word key, 69
ConfigPath INI setting,
121
D
Developers,
142
Disable
Wordlist Tab INI setting,
132
Display, 45
148
Index
DoNotUseRegistry
- INI setting,
125
DVD
(CD-ROM or
DVD), 1, 19
E
equipment, 18
Evaulation
License, 32
Export
Settings, 71
F
Editor - INI
setting, 136
EnableAutoLearn
- INI setting,
131
EnableTransperancy
- INI setting,
129
EnableTransperancyInline
- INI setting,
130
Features, 15
File Notes,
115
Files Product Files
Installed, 115
Final Release
Notes, 114
FixedSizeInline
- INI setting,
132
149
Index
FontColorInline
- INI setting,
133
FontWeightInline
- INI setting,
133
FontColorList
- INI setting,
134
FontWeightList
- INI setting,
134
FontColorListSelect
- INI setting,
134
FontFaceInline
- INI setting,
132
G
Guide
(Using), 9
FontFaceList INI setting,
134
FontSizeInline
- INI setting,
133
FontSizeList INI setting,
134
H
hard disk
space, 18
hardware
requirements,
150
Index
18
Help - INI
section, 137
HorizontalList
- INI setting,
128
Hot Keys, 65
HowManyWords
- INI setting,
130
I
IMG, 24, 26
IMG Personal
License, 26
Import
Settings, 72
Important
User
Information,
10
INI - File
Documentation
(WORDCOMPLETE.INI),
120
Initialization
File Documentation
(WORDCOMPLETE.INI),
120
Innovation
Management
Group, Inc.,
49
InsertSpaceAtEn
151
Index
- INI setting,
126
KeyboardClass1
- INI setting,
135
KeyboardClass2
- INI setting,
135
Install
Installing,
4, 22
Installing /
UnInstalling,
19
IPL (IMG
Personal
License), 26
K
Keyboard
Settings, 69
Keyboard
shortcuts, 65
L
LayeredPct INI setting,
130
LayeredPctInline
- INI setting,
130
License Key,
1, 19, 26
License
Manager, 26
Licensing, 26
152
Index
Licensing
Information,
24
P
Personal
License, 26
Product
Catalog, 51
Programming
Information,
142
Punctuation
Characters
rules, 126
M
MagActive INI setting,
136
messaging
information,
142
Min Auto
Learn Length
- INI setting,
131
Q
Questions
Commonly
Asked
Questions,
45
153
Index
Quick Start, 1
R
Release
Information,
4, 22
Release
Notes, 114
requirements,
18
Serial
Number, 1,
19, 26
Settings
section
[Settings] (INI
file), 121
Setup, 4
Short-Cut, 15
ShowBorderInlin
- INI setting,
132
ShowInline INI setting,
127
ShowSuffixes
- INI setting,
127
S
Selecting
Words (from
list), 60
SingleClick INI setting,
136
154
Index
SpeakAll INI setting,
129
Customer
Support, 48
website, 48
SpeakEnabled
- INI setting,
129
System
requirements,
18
SpeakOnComplete
- INI setting,
129
SpeakSelection
- INI setting,
129
T
SpeakWordDelay
- INI setting,
128
Technical
Documentation Section,
112
Speech
Settings, 74
Trademarks, 8
Suggestions,
144
Support
Typing Words
(from list), 60
155
Index
W
U
Un-Install, 23
website, 48
Updates Check for, 73
What is WordComplete,
11
UseNumbers INI setting,
131
UseSameFont
- INI setting,
132
Using this
guide, 9
V
Version
(history), 114
What You
Need, 18
Why Do I
Need WordComplete?,
14
Windows
Applications,
45
Windows
Developers,
142
Word
Complete Key
156
Index
- INI setting,
131
Word List
Assistant, 90
WordComplete
General
Operation, 58
WORDCOMPLETE.INI
File Documentation,
120
Wordlists
Settings, 80
157
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