LINKS takes over an hour to load with this command

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danbrad
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LINKS takes over an hour to load with this command

Postby danbrad » January 9th, 2020, 1:47 pm

Hi all, Can any one help me. i have this command and response but when they are saved links take over an hour to load with the following error.

your command
<!--Say 'say hello to my sister-->say {greet=main_greetings} to my {name=main_names}

response
{greet} {{name}} [Set("LastSubject","{name}")]

profile
main


error report

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09/01/2020 17:17:42
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise
Assembly: 3.0.1.27
Source: System.Speech
Message: Double-quoted string not valid.
Line: 0
StackTrace: at System.Speech.Internal.SrgsParser.XmlParser.ParseText(IElement parent, String sChars, String pronunciation, String display, Single reqConfidence, CreateTokenCallback createTokens)
at System.Speech.Internal.GrammarBuilding.GrammarBuilderPhrase.CreatePhraseElement(IElementFactory elementFactory, IElement parent)
at System.Speech.Internal.GrammarBuilding.GrammarBuilderPhrase.CreateElement(IElementFactory elementFactory, IElement parent, IRule rule, IdentifierCollection ruleIds)
at System.Speech.Internal.GrammarBuilding.BuilderElements.CreateChildrenElements(IElementFactory elementFactory, IItem parent, IRule rule, IdentifierCollection ruleIds)
at System.Speech.Internal.GrammarBuilding.ItemElement.CreateElement(IElementFactory elementFactory, IElement parent, IRule rule, IdentifierCollection ruleIds)
at System.Speech.Internal.GrammarBuilding.OneOfElement.CreateElement(IElementFactory elementFactory, IElement parent, IRule rule, IdentifierCollection ruleIds)
at System.Speech.Recognition.GrammarBuilder.InternalGrammarBuilder.CreateElement(IElementFactory elementFactory, IElement parent, IRule rule, IdentifierCollection ruleIds)
at System.Speech.Recognition.GrammarBuilder.CreateGrammar(IElementFactory elementFactory)
at System.Speech.Recognition.GrammarBuilder.Compile(Stream stream)
at System.Speech.Recognition.Grammar.LoadCfg(Boolean isImportedGrammar, Boolean stgInit)
at System.Speech.Recognition.Grammar.LoadAndCompileCfgData(Boolean isImportedGrammar, Boolean stgInit)
at System.Speech.Recognition.Grammar.InitialGrammarLoad(String ruleName, Object[] parameters, Boolean isImportedGrammar)
at System.Speech.Recognition.Grammar..ctor(GrammarBuilder builder)
at jarvisWPF.GrammarWithCommandList..ctor(GrammarBuilder _GrammarBuilder)
at jarvisWPF.PublicClass.CreateGrammar(String GrammarName, String DynamicGrammar, List`1 ListOfGrammar, Boolean Enabled)
iSource:
iMessage:
iStackTrace:
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danbrad
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Re: LINKS takes over an hour to load with this command

Postby danbrad » January 15th, 2020, 6:11 am

I can't believe i've had 48 views so far and no-one has come back with a reply. Surely someone can see what is wrong?

Regards
Dan

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Re: LINKS takes over an hour to load with this command

Postby Zunair » January 28th, 2020, 9:04 am

How does your wordlists look like?
Make sure its tab delimited and not many blank lines. See other samples inside that wordlist folder.

Thanks

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danbrad
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Re: LINKS takes over an hour to load with this command

Postby danbrad » January 31st, 2020, 4:16 pm

Thanks for the reply zunair, I will post my wordlists when I get my laptop back.
Much appreciated.
Regards
Dan

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Re: LINKS takes over an hour to load with this command

Postby danbrad » March 15th, 2020, 2:53 pm

Hi Zunair, These are my wordlists. Any help much appreciated
Attachments
main_names.txt
(49 KiB) Downloaded 20 times
main_greetings.txt
(221 Bytes) Downloaded 19 times


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