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How do I use the KeywordManager from Holograms 212 tutorial?

I am trying to create a text to speech display in my project and am following the steps from this tutorial: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/holographic/holograms_212

There are the following instructions:
"In the Inspector panel, locate the Keyword Manager (Script) component.
Expand the Keywords and Responses section to see the supported voice command: Open Communicator."

I created a new script for KeywordManager in my project and copied the code from the tutorial (in the downloaded files), but when I expand the "Keywords and Responses" section, I only see a "Size" field. I do see the Open Communicator when I use the Holograms 212 project, but am I missing something else in my project?


Best Answers


  • @DavidKlineMS Thank you very much! I also realized that I had to click on the response (I think I clicked on the plus button in the bottom right corner) for the other things to show up.

    edited August 2016

    @DavidKlineMS Any chance you know where the two properties above and below the Runtime only field come from? See image with arrows. Again, trying to recreate the feature from the tutorial by incorporating the necessary files. Thanks!

  • @HoloSheep,
    Well said!


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