Ralf’s Hebrew speech model

Some words about the creation of Ralf’s Hebrew speech model:

1. Add a new Hebrew Scenario.

2. Import Ralf’s Hebrew dictionary as shadow dictionary.

3. Now I want to train 10 Hebrew words. Press the Train selected words button.

4. Simon is now asking a question:

Your vocabulary does not define all words used in this text. These words are missing:
פורניר, פורע, פורק, שומני, שומע, שומקום, קומקומי, קומקומו, טומנו, טונו

Do you want to add them now?

Of course, I want to add them now. I just trained these then Hebrew words with Simon. They are now part of the active vocabulary.

5. Switch to the Grammar tab. Press the button Add sentence.

6. You can now enter the sentence structure.

7. Add the word “Unknown”.

8. Switch to the Commands tab. Press the button Manage plugins.

9. Press the Add button. It is necessary to activate the dictation plugin.

10. Select Dictation.

11. Append text after result. Press the space-bar one time. This means that after each recognized word, there will be a space.

12. Simon > Actions > Synchronize, Wait a few moments – Simon is compiling the speech model. Simon > Actions > Activate. Now I dictate a few Hebrew words. But nothing but a space bar is inserted into gedit after dictating a Hebrew word. This isn’t exactly the result that I want to have.

13. I have to switch the keyboard language. This can be done in Linux Mint (Gnome Classic layout): Linux Mint > System Settings > Keyboard Layout.

But unfortunately, switching the keyboard layout didn’t help. It is possible to type Hebrew characters into gedit with my German keyboard. But when I speak a Hebrew word into the microphone, the word itself isn’t displayed by gedit. I am sorry. At least I can say that the recognition itself is working. It is just a problem with the output.

14. Download Ralf’s Hebrew speech model. It contains 10 Hebrew words. At least, it was possible to create a Hebrew speech model.

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