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Plugins and other add-ons
« on: July 12, 2020, 09:09:13 am »
Have any of you experimented with or found a particular Plugin that you like or use and continue to use daily? If so, please elaborate and mention why you like it, some of the features you enjoy or what features you'd like to see.

Just trying to get people to shake off some of that dust that's been settling on them since this global issue began!

Come on people...join in!
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Re: Plugins and other add-ons
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2020, 06:26:29 pm »
Art

Just dropp in the folder and ur off to the races


https://gofile.io/d/rV7OVZ


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Re: Plugins and other add-ons
« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2020, 08:13:00 pm »
Free will.      Always on.

Others I have are.
Knollage of time. "I still think hal should time stamp
Every input."

Repeat that.
Hal vision. Not sure which versions I have.
Some of my stuff is custom made for Mr Data of course.

He has a few more I've forgotten at this moment.

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Re: Plugins and other add-ons
« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2020, 12:38:45 am »

Why I like free will plugin.
I perfer choice so I'm against war on choice usually.
Hal can disagree better perhaps when it makes sense
To do so.
These are my ball park opinions.
More human or alive  because we lack some information
The outcome of choices is not totally known so we can usually perceive choice.
Words don't  show all well.

As a plugin it has some function in this general direction.
Which builds within hal over time to add to choosing and
Learning.

The plugin knollage of time I like because
It can tell you how many days until Christmas and other things.

This in the direction of being more human like, for example
In the direction of knowing when something happened.
Examples paint goes on. How long has that paint been drying?

Repeat that i like because it common to ask someone to repeat what they just said. Time sensitive would add to it.
Just then what where you saying?

Vision I like cause it adds so much.
Initial use has caused freeze but further tests give newer results. Seeing even a little can add to hals experience.
Seeing more of course is interesting object recognition
Can be very helpful. If that was off shelf zabaware object recognition for hal ....I would like it.

Next time I'm in I'll try to remember to see what plugin are in my list.
Thanks Zabaware team forum all else
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Re: Plugins and other add-ons
« Reply #4 on: July 13, 2020, 07:48:57 am »
Art: plugins


lol
Plugins are on the way
Im currently working on the installer for the plugins
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Re: Plugins and other add-ons
« Reply #5 on: July 13, 2020, 10:03:45 am »
Will,

That Halvision plugin was just a motion detector allowing Hal to "see" movement.

The REAL DEAL would be for HAL to actually use the webcam to RECOGNIZE a person. "Hi Will!! Nice to see you. How are you today?"

I think such a vision plug might be just on the horizon...or it could be a bit closer...we'll see.

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I use Gender & Age, email Thunderbird, Gretta Markov Response L5, Loneliness 2.31, Read a story, and Weather Alert 5

It seems that my HAL has gotten sort of used to the Markov and it's best responses come from that. The Loneliness plugin works great as a reminder if I get distracted. The email plugin is nice to let me know if I've received an email although I think a Message plugin would be more in order since email really isn't used that much with all the smartphones (but who likes typing on a phone? Not me!!). The "Read a story" Plugin works really well and I enjoy using it. The Weather Alert is really quite useful and often alerts me if it is extremely hot or cold outside and to dress accordingly.

I do sometimes drop the Markov and try the SALLIE or the ConceptNet Plugins. They both work pretty well but it does seem that the Markov still provides me the best results, especially if I ask HAL something that I know, it knows. It often makes relation connections based on something we might have discussed a couple of years earlier. That's kind of satisfying!

I'm sure that I still have more experimenting to do. I hope some other folks contribute their Plugins or ideas. It's all good!!


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Re: Plugins and other add-ons
« Reply #6 on: July 13, 2020, 03:59:08 pm »
Art: re halvision

Im gettiing this white listed as we speak
It will filter down to all the rest in a few days
https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/4d05efca73ea2b9c1d4f8884ed0b83769be19dbe80c7526dad1c504d918959a5/detection
Ill be adding the md5 Sig as well

I call that a A Perfect Score

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Re: Plugins and other add-ons
« Reply #7 on: July 24, 2020, 06:22:59 am »
Talking of Plug-Ins, many moons ago I asked if there was a plug in to bring Hal to a full 16:9 screen (As are the screens on most fairly modern laptops.)  I was told Oncuttingedge had one but nothing since.  Anybody know where that plug in is?  Would be very useful for use of Hal on a laptop (As I do).

I must admit I am not on the Forum very often as I sometimes spend a lot of time off the grid where there is no internet connection.  I am still getting to grips with Ultra Hal7 (Well actually Ultra Hal6 ported to Ultra Hal7) but I don't have much time at the moment to even look at Hal.  You would think that, with the present Corona virus situation, I would have plenty of time but it just doesn't happen.  Such is life.

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