Generals Game Voice Profiles

About the Sidewinder Game Voice System:

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About the Sidewinder Game Voice System:

The sidewinder Game Voice system consist of headset with microphone, a control unit, and software to interface the hardware with the game; this allows a player to not only chat in a game with there friends, but also issue voice commands that have already been mapped in a profile such as the ones I have submitted. Example, I can select a set of unit(s), such as a (group) of Comanche helicopter(s) and say in a series "Select Identical Units", "Set Team 1", and "Guard". The compute will in response select all of the Commanche Helicopters on the map, set them to team 1, and bring up the cursor to allow the user to select the area for the units to guard. One does not have to buy the hardware to use the profile, they download Game Voice Share 1.5 (this is free of charge, and can be downloaded from www.gamvoice.com ) and use any microphone and a set of speakers/headsets, and take advantage of the profiles; however, only 3 users running game voice share 1.5 can be on the same server, (any person not using it can still join) for another Game Voice share user to join, a user of game voice retail (they own a the hardware and software) must first join. So for every 4 Game Voice share users 1 Game Voice Retail user must also be included. Game Voice uses MSN Messenger 4.x or Windows Messenger version 4.7 to connect users, users can also connect by entering the IP address of the host computer/server, instead of the Messenger.

Description:

The CnC_generals.zip file contains this "CnC_Generals_Profiles" and three profiles:

CnCGeneralsChina.swv CnCGeneralsGLA.swv CnCGeneralsUSA.swv

These profiles are for the Sidewinder Game Voice version 1.5. If you do not have version 1.5 you can download it from www.gamevoice.com. Profiles contain mappings for all of the keyboard commands and the building hot keys. Any text in parentheses is not part of the spoken command; it is only to distinguish that command from the rest to the user. The commands are not in a completely uniform order; if you know how to sort/rearrange them please tell me. Also, please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or problems.

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Sidewinder Game Voice Profiles for Command and Conquer Generals

Author: Cold Steel
E-mail: incom3@juno.com
AIM Name: incom3HHS
URL: None
Based on: TunaRA2 Profile for Red Alert 2
Date Created: 3/8/03
Version: 1.1a
Other Files: None

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Table of Contents:

	I. Changes in the files
		A. Since 1.1
		B. Since 1.0
	II. Note
	III. About the Sidewinder Game Voice System
	IV. Description
	V. Installation
	VI. Known Bugs
________________________________________________________


Changes in Files:

	Fixes from version 1.1:
	
	Readme includes information on the Sidewinder Game Voice system.

	Fixes from version 1.0:

	Uncontrollable scrolling upon issuing a command has been fixed.

Note:

Instructions for install are base on WinZip 8.1; if you do not have WinZip 8.1 you can download it from www.winzip.com.

About the Sidewinder Game Voice System:

The sidewinder Game Voice system consist of headset with microphone, a control unit, and software to interface the hardware with the game; this allows a player to not only chat in a game with there friends, but also issue voice commands that have already been mapped in a profile such as the ones I have submitted. Example, I can select a set of unit(s), such as a (group) of Comanche helicopter(s) and say in a series "Select Identical Units", "Set Team 1", and "Guard". The compute will in response select all of the Commanche Helicopters on the map, set them to team 1, and bring up the cursor to allow the user to select the area for the units to guard. One does not have to buy the hardware to use the profile, they download Game Voice Share 1.5 (this is free of charge, and can be downloaded from www.gamvoice.com ) and use any microphone and a set of speakers/headsets, and take advantage of the profiles; however, only 3 users running game voice share 1.5 can be on the same server, (any person not using it can still join) for another Game Voice share user to join, a user of game voice retail (they own a the hardware and software) must first join. So for every 4 Game Voice share users 1 Game Voice Retail user must also be included. Game Voice uses MSN Messenger 4.x or Windows Messenger version 4.7 to connect users, users can also connect by entering the IP address of the host computer/server, instead of the Messenger.

Description:

The CnC_generals.zip file contains this "CnC_Generals_Profiles" and three profiles:

	CnCGeneralsChina.swv
	CnCGeneralsGLA.swv
	CnCGeneralsUSA.swv


These profiles are for the Sidewinder Game Voice version 1.5. If you do not have version 1.5 you can download it from www.gamevoice.com. Profiles contain mappings for all of the keyboard commands and the building hot keys. Any text in parentheses is not part of the spoken command; it is only to distinguish that command from the rest to the user. The commands are not in a completely uniform order; if you know how to sort/rearrange them please tell me. Also, please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or problems.

Installation:

The default extraction folder for the files is C:\Program Files\Microsoft Hardware\Game Voice\Profiles, if this is not the directory address for your copy of GameVoice deselect "Use folder names" and enter the correct directory into the "Extract To:" dialogue. Once extracted open Game Voice click the "Command" tab click the "Profiles Options > Open" button and select the profile you whish to use. Repeat to load the other profiles.

Known Bug:

You might have to repeat some commands in order for them to be recognized, better this than uncontrolled scrolling. The unit and build commands do not suffer from this problem, though.

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