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Capitalization

L
  • 9 Jan

I'm curious about how much control you have over the capitalization of words after they have been dictated.
I find that having to remove capitals is required much more often than having to add them.
I would be happy with capitalization only at the beginning of a new sentence.
As examples, using it here, why does it capitalize The Lunatic Fringe, of the general public, Neighbors, The General Public
When used in the middle of a sentence
and not consistently, as shown by the few examples that I have given?
I can see in the banners that appear during dictation that these words are often not capitalized oh, but when they are pasted into the text oh, they are.
Also, as in the previous sentence, when I hesitate before saying comma but not after, the word "oh" is inserted.
I can appreciate that interpreting speech is an extremely complicated process, so I am grateful for all your efforts.

B

I find that having to remove capitals is required much more often than having to add them.

You are exactly right. You can go to the extension options > Text Transforms and enable Sentence case. Sentence case only capitalizes at the start of the sentence.

It is part of the Change Case feature of the [Voice In Plus upgrade ](https://dictanote.co/voicein/…