Copyright 2002-2013 Rick Mohr
 

Writing a full set of commands to control your computer takes some effort. As a starting point, Vocola ships with sample commands for most common Windows tasks and some common applications. To explore (and steal) them you can say:

If you see some you like, copy their definitions to your command files to activate them.

Note that some of the sample command files include header files which define shortcuts to important items, such as files.vch, folders.vch, URLs.vch, and email.vch. Creating your own versions of these files with shortcuts to your important items can give you quick access to those items.

Following are examples of a few of the available commands.

Sample global commands

Switch applications and windows:

Move and resize windows:

Press keys:

Control the mouse:

Edit text:

Sample application-specific commands

Windows Explorer:

Internet Explorer or Firefox:

Thunderbird mailer:

Visual Studio

Other applications: