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Programming using the Ultra Hal Brain Editor / Hal Brain Help
« on: July 30, 2019, 10:11:41 am »
Is there a manual to go step by step on how to program the Hal Brain?
I got as far as creating a database. I try to add a statement and what I want Hal to say and it reverts back to
what it originally said. It doesn't allow me to save a statement and a response.
Someone, please point me to a manual. I am not a programmer but want to program specific responses to questions.

Thanks for all the suggestions. I will work hard to train Hal. However, I wonder once it is trained to my voice, with all the different accents on the radio ie australian english or southern accents, will it stilll recognize the words?

The one area I am having problems with is where in the program I can add keywords with associated responses. If you can point me in that direction, I would appreciate it.


Thank you for the info. As I mentioned, this is a little like greek to me. I am not sure where to find the key word search and even what the .uhp is and what I would even look for as an appropriate plugin and even how to install a plug in. Yes the radio has VOX (voice operated mic). Static from storms might effect decoding and misunderstanding by Hal. Is there way to get Hal to discriminate between the noise and voice? 

Hi, any help would be greatly appreciated. I am new to Ultra Hal.
I am currently using google mini and ifttt to provide a canned response to ham radio callsigns over the air. Specifically,
I need to have Hal hear for example from the radios output into the computer mic, checkin wb2rem. When this is heard, Hal would reply, Hi Jim, I hope you are having a good morning in FL or what ever I need to have it say. Thanks for your help in advance.

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