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I am in fact using Dragon 6.0.8 to dictate this. I am also using the latest version of Mac OS, Mojave 10.14.5. As long as the application receiving the dictation is added to the list of applications able to control the computer in the systems accessibility panel, Dragon works like a charm and is now a rather stable program. It is ironic that Dragon is finally stable as a result of operating system upgrades, and after having been abandoned by its developer. This entire text was dictated using Dragon 6.0.8 with the Apple Safari browser, and without any editing or corrections.
I am similarly using Dragon 6.0.8 to dictate this on Mac OS Mojave 10.14.6, although I do have to make a few corrections. It works well in every application except Safari. As a physician, I depend on Dragon every day for dictation for medical records. For some reason, it works well on every computer I have except the iMac at my office, which is also running 10.14.6, but it crashes every time I open it with the same error message described above by Scott Baker.
I am looking to purchase Dragon for Mac from a third-party as I realize Nuance no longer sells it. If anyone is selling a used (or new?) version of dragon dictate for Mac please comment here and we can exchange contact info somehow. One company is selling version 5 on eBay, but they are new retail boxes, which I believe would require a new serial number, which I believe are now impossible to register with Nuance. See, -naturally-speaking-keeping-it-going-with-catalina.html#:~:text=Yes%20the%20latest%20version%20of,fact%2C%20ironically%2C%20Dragon%206.0
Chris, my experience is that in Mojave you must add Dragon to System Preferences>Privacy>Accessibility in order for it to work. In addition, you must add any app that you want it to dictate into to the preference pane as well.
My question is before I spend close to $500 will this solution work on my MacBook running the latest version of Mac OS Catalina? Of course the idea of running parallels sounds a helluva of a lot more convenient but my first priority is reliable, trainable dictation software. Again, before I make this investment, do you think the solution of using bootcamp on my Mac will likely be effective with future dragon and macOS updates?
Nuance may have originally planned on continuing the consumer DPI6 version of Dragon for Mac but decided to 86 it 3 weeks after 86ing Dragon Medical. Nuance probably couldn't justify the R&D cost of supporting Mac while developing other markets such as cloud computing on Windows and independent versions of AI. Developing anything on the Mac side tends to be far less profitable and typically receives less attention. Dragon versions for Mac were accurate but much less featured than the Windows versions. From watching television, you would think that the Mac OS is used on half of desktop, notebook and tablet computers but it's actually less than 10%. Windows dominates the market with an 88% share so that's where the money is. Most software developers either ignore the Mac market or look at the Mac OS as an afterthought. For example, KnowBrainer 2017 was never designed to run on a Mac. Thank goodness we didn't waste our time since Nuance pulled the plug anyway. Oddly enough, speech recognition sales simply didn't amount to a hill of beans. Our Mac sales averaged about .2% of our Dragon sales but we suspect this will eventually be a problem for Mac computer sales because at some point, everyone is going to be seriously using speech recognition. Even if you only dictate, no one can type 180 wpm and dictation is only the tip of the speech recognition iceberg.As you pointed out, Nuance is struggling with many cloud computing capabilities that are only available on local installations such as Advanced-Scripting and AI like macros. We would like to see Nuance switch to a hybrid variation that is primary localized like Microsoft Office 365. This would take considerably less development and might just make everyone happy. Most Dragon end-users simply don't want cloud computing capabilities but there are some advantages.
I have been silently following this thread since it was started a couple of years ago. As a long time Mac fan and reluctant Windows user, I want to share the dictation setup that I have been very content for the past year: I am using a MacBook Pro (2017, 16 GB Ram) with VMWare Fusion running Windows with Dragon Professional Individual (15.3; medical vocabulary). I currently use a VEC SoundTech GN-USB-2 gooseneck mic, but even lower quality mics worked reasonably well with this setup. My needs for dictation software is geared towards dictating very long medical reports (i.e., neuropsychological reports that run 2 to 20 pages per patient, which often requires summarizing records from various medical speciality areas). I typically do not use features outside of dictation, so I don't care much about the commands otherwise. I have tried literally all versions of Dragon for Mac and it's predecessors since 2007. I long avoided trying the Windows versions despite sage advice on this forum to do so, driven primarily by a disdain for using the Windows operating system. Now that I have, I am very pleased, and there was a hidden benefit that I don't think has been mentioned elsewhere. Because my microphone audio is connected to windows through VMWare, I can dictate while doing other things with my keyboard and mouse, such as scrolling through a long PDF of a medical record while switching to my EMR or searching the internet the appropriate dosage of a medication. If I were multitasking in a similar manner using just Dragon for Mac or Catalina's built in dictation, then it would be trying to dictate the text wherever my cursor happens to be, instead of directing all of the text to Word in Windows. I've grown to love that incidental advantage with true multitasking. The accuracy and lack of bugs with customizations with running Dragon Professional Individual has been entirely satisfactory. I hope this helps any fellow Mac users who may have been reluctant to use Windows.
I have been looking for solution for a, while and your post is the first one that could convince me that I do not need to buy a PC to get the full use of Dragon dictate. I had use some 15 years ago Dragon naturally speakingon a PC I was not thrilled but I understand that major prgress had been made since.
If you say "what can I say", it will show you the window with all the commands you can say and in what contexts. but it's not as good as dragons especially for correcting and selecting in select and say apps.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking uses a minimal user interface. As an example, dictated words appear in a floating tooltip as they are spoken (though there is an option to suppress this display to increase speed), and when the speaker pauses, the program transcribes the words into the active window at the location of the cursor. (Dragon does not support dictating to background windows.) The software has three primary areas of functionality: voice recognition in dictation with speech transcribed as written text, recognition of spoken commands, and text-to-speech: speaking text content of a document. Voice profiles can be accessed by different computers in a networked environment, although the audio hardware and configuration must be identical to those of the machine generating the configuration. The Professional version allows creation of custom commands to control programs or functions not built into NaturallySpeaking.
The first solid version of dictation software called Dragon NaturallySpeaking was released in 1997. There have been some attempts to create such programs before but most of them failed or were very inefficient. In fact, before 1997, one had to dictate very slowly, pausing after every word so that software could process it.
Nuance Dragon Professional for Mac is a very powerful speech recognition application that has been developed for making you more productive and to let you streamline your everyday flow. This application lets you dictate the text to your Mac and you can control it by using voice commands and also transcribe audio files to text based documents.
Dragon for mac is discontinued so you will not be able to use same version on mac. If you want to use the dragon professional individual on your mac than you need to install parallels first and than install the dragon professional.
You need to uninstall the older version of dragon and install new version of dragon and while installing new version of dragon it will ask you to enter old version serial number if you have purchased upgrade than you need to put old version serial number as well as upgraded serial number.
Well if you want only dictate on documents than Dragon Home is good for you but if you want to dictate medical terms than you need Dragon Professional Individual 15.6 or you can go for Medical Edition Practice 4.
Dragon Professional Individual is big software than dragon home. In Dragon home you can only dictate but in dragon pro you can customize vocabulary as well as you can create your own vocabulary. For discount you need to contact nuance tech support.
You mean you need to install dragon add-in for office 365 right? if yes then you need to open ms office word go to file and click options, you will get popup on screen on left side you will have option for add-in click that and from there you can checkmark netspeak add-in.
Dragon serial number is on dragon software itself so if you want to look for serial number of your dragon product please go to dragon bar then click help and then click about dragon option a new box will pop up there is mentioned serial key.
Dragon for Mac is discontinued and if you want to use the dragon on Mac than you need to install virtual machine parallels, then only you can install dragon desktop version on windows platform, You said you are attorney then dragon legal version is recommended.
Well Dragon is a software and you need to train it on your own voice so if a second person is using it on a same device than he/she needs to create new dragon profile and when they want to use dragon they need to change there profile and use Dragon. 2b1af7f3a8