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  1. In earlier versions of Express Dictate the Dictation Names were auto-generated and sequentially numbered, for example "Dictation 247, Dictation 248. . .". Now, with Version 5.20, the Dictation name is being auto-generated with the date/time. This is not helpful in logging dictation files, not to mention that there already exists both date and time columns so this is also redundant. I've tried making changes under Options->Sending->Format but nothing seems to work. Suggestions would be much appreciated as this is interfering with our ability to track/log dictation files. R
  2. I have manually changed the setting so that the system cannot remove power to save energy. Unplugging and replugging it in works 95% of the time. Occasionally I have to do that twice before it will begin working again. Again, it does NOT have this problem at all in ES, it is only when used with other software. The only problem I ever have with ES is that occasionally the audio continues playing when I remove my foot, even though i have the "tap" feature disabled in the settings.
  3. No, I've tried it both with and without Express Scribe running in the background. I have also tried it with the "Enable foot pedal controller" box unchecked, thereby trying to dissociate the pedal completely from ES. I have also tried having one of my pedals (a Phillips) set up for ES while keeping a different pedal (Infinity) solely for use with Infraware, but that does not seem to resolve the issue either. I really don't want to have to get rid of ES since I've had 4 of my doctors purchase Express Dictate. It's nice to have the programs together. But my main bread and butter comes fr
  4. I'm having problems with my foot pedals (I've tried 3 different ones, all with the same problem) in other programs after I install Express Scribe. Does ES somehow co-op the pedal and/or drivers so that other programs have difficulty? The pedals will always work fine in ES, but when I switch to a different transcription program (for example eRad or Infraware - both transcription platforms I use for work) I have major problems. The pedal will simply stop working right in the middle of a file. To get it back on track I have to shut down the program entirely (not just that particular file). Of
  5. It used to work that if a new audio file was opened in Express Scribe that as soon as I stepped on my foot pedal the audio would start playing. Now, I have to use my mouse to click on the new audio and then step on the foot pedal. Why is that? How can I make it go back to playing automatically when I step on the pedal? Thanks, Rachel
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