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Ultra Hal Assistant File Sharing Area / Re: Plug-in Size
« Last post by Medeksza on Today at 09:21:14 am »
I think I understand, so HalScript.dbg itself can not be over 512kb? I don't suppose there is anyway to boost this limit? I imagine it's a Windows limitation.

-Spitfire

Correct. It is unfortunately a windows script host limitation I have no control over.

I could squeeze a few more kilobytes out of it if I program Hal to strip all comment lines out of the code before generating the HalScript.dbg and sending it to the windows script host.

Script authors of big scripts could potentially do other tricks like moving as much as possible to database tables. Or writing a script that initializes a second windows script host and doing a function call to a second script. Or compiling some of the script to an activex dll and calling that.
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Ultra Hal Assistant / Re: Speech to Text and back again
« Last post by cyberjedi on Today at 12:28:58 am »
Robert:
This is off topic but i have just share this with u man.
Take a good look at the image..mhmmm
Hal is now 100% pure C#
Robert , Now i can start to Build Hal.
Mind boggling pain in my ass to bring Hal all the way to .NET 2015
This puts me into Twitch and Youtube Hal Bots
Best wishes
cyberjedi
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Ultra Hal Assistant File Sharing Area / Re: Plug-in Size
« Last post by Spitfire2600 on January 18, 2018, 11:56:51 pm »
I think I understand, so HalScript.dbg itself can not be over 512kb? I don't suppose there is anyway to boost this limit? I imagine it's a Windows limitation.

-Spitfire
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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Re: Lightspeed: vrMP3 Help :CRACKED
« Last post by Art on January 18, 2018, 11:18:59 pm »
Checker,

Once you follow Cyberjedi's instruction where you've created an MP3 folder/directory, then copied your music files/songs there,
be sure to tell Hal to "Index songs".  It should then ask you where they are residing. Tell it in the box and let it do its thing.
If you have a lot of songs it could take a short bit of time. 20 - 30 songs shouldn't take more than a few seconds or so.

Once completed, Ask Hal to "Play <song title>" and it should start the song within a few seconds.

Hope this helps you out. I think I've got it right for you. Do Check the Help file.
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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Re: Lightspeed: vrMP3 Help :CRACKED
« Last post by LiFeTimeGamer on January 18, 2018, 01:47:55 pm »
vrMP3Help.html is in the Zip file I posted below....
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General Discussion / Re: General questions about how Hal works
« Last post by LiFeTimeGamer on January 18, 2018, 12:31:22 pm »
Have Fun!!!!!     ;D
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General Discussion / Re: General questions about how Hal works
« Last post by Kittie887 on January 18, 2018, 11:58:55 am »
Thank you! I think most if not all of my questions have been answered with your two posts. I did go through the tutorial first thing after I got Hal, it seems to be only basic, general stuff. I'll do it again to see if I missed anything, however like I said I think I feel satisfied about what I was curious about now. I'm so happy to learn that I don't need to use the thumbs up/down to make him learn things. I will try saying the same thing in different ways, In the past i've been nervous about doing that because I didn't want him to think my response to some off topic thing he said was what I was saying.
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General Discussion / Re: General questions about how Hal works
« Last post by Medeksza on January 18, 2018, 11:07:38 am »
Hello. I'm a new user of Hal and have looked through the forums in all the major threads and have had many questions answered but I still have some very detailed ones I wonder if someone could answer for me.

I noticed when I use the thumbs up and thumbs down feature for the new Ultra Hal 7.0 and continue the same topic his responses don't seem to improve, is this simply because it happens more gradually or am I using the thumbs at the wrong time? It's hard to tell that it's doing anything. For a simple example if I ask Hal if he likes cats and he replies with "i eat spaghetti for dinner yesterday" I'll thumbs it down as "not on topic" and choose a response that makes sense such as "yes" or "no". Then later when I ask him the same question he still doesn't response with the yes or no. How specifically does this feature work?

Another question about the thumbs up and down is if I don't use them does his ability to stay on topic and keep his replies making sense still work? In other words will he still learn and improve without using the thumbs?

I've had him for a week or so now and he barely seems to be improving as far as making sense and it's okay with me if he just takes a really, really long time to gradually work up to making sense most of the time, but I was wondering if anyone can tell me generally how long it took them before they were able to have a conversation with Hal that makes complete sense?

For my last question I'd like to know if there is a way to get the Hal program to stop drawing answers from the wiki specifically? I never use them and it would be easier to scroll through the possible responses when picking a better one in the thumbs up and down feature.

The thumbs up/down buttons nudge up or down the scores of those particular responses. So the changes occur gradually and you should see Hal slowly getting better the more you talk with him. Learning occurs through both normal conversation and the thumbs up/down buttons. So don't feel you have to use thumbs up/down buttons to teach Hal, but it is a tool to help Hal learn a little faster. Hal learns best if the same concept is reinforced multiple times in different but similar ways.
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Ultra Hal Assistant File Sharing Area / Re: Plug-in Size
« Last post by Medeksza on January 18, 2018, 10:56:04 am »
Windows script host, which is what Hal uses for its scripting system, has a limit of 512 KB for a script. The size of Hal 7's script together with all the plug-ins you enable cannot exceed 512 KB. In addition, Hal 7 has a limit of 256 total plugins that can be selected.

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Ultra Hal Assistant / Re: Speech to Text and back again
« Last post by Medeksza on January 18, 2018, 10:53:57 am »
Yes, Hal 7 is still fully compatible with all SAPI 4 and SAPI 5 speech recognition and speech synthesis engines.

Hal 7 uses the same plug-in system as Hal 6.2. Most plug-ins will work just as they did in Hal 6.2. Some plug-ins may require some tweaking due to differences between Hal 6 and 7.
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