Customize window

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In this window you will be able to create custom commands, there are basically 4 kind of commands you need to identify.

Default Commands

Default Commands are commands which uses built-in functions of the software. We have added a grammar for every built-in function we have inside of the program, giving you the flexibility to rename the grammar or even add new ones for the same function. These can be brought up by saying show grammars, then default commands, or through the user interface. You can also view them through the customize window after you click the default label/tab. For more information see the Function list.

Social Commands

The social commands are given to the software for entertainment purpose or interaction purposes. This can be anything from a simple hello, how are you, tell me a joke and all the way to make complex commands using WordList as a database. Functions can be used to make complex commands that would let you retrieve valuable information. Social commands can be brought up by saying show grammars, then social commands, or through the user interface. You can also view them through the customize window after you click the social label/tab.

Web Commands

The web commands are given to the software for opening links and web related content. You can link to any website you would like, as well as link a response to that command. These can be brought up by saying show grammars, then web commands, or through the user interface. You can also view them through the customize window after you click the web label/tab.

Shell Commands

The shell commands which are given to the software allows us to execute a file or a program. You can link to any program or folder location that you would like, as well as map a response when it executes. This menu can be brought up by saying show grammars then shell commands, or through the user interface. You can also view them through the customize window after you click the shell label.

Deleting commands

Importing and Exporting commands

Saving Commands

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