- 29/12/2016 at 23:09 #6130JosephParticipant
I have a quick question concerning Tobii 4C with the latest software. Is there a hotkey available to turn Tobii on and off? For example, ALT+T to turn on eye tracking? I would like to to create a voice macro with Dragon NaturallySpeaking
Individual 15 to turn Tobii on and off by voice command.
Thank you, jzlako30/12/2016 at 15:18 #6138Alex [Tobii]Participant
Is it for a specific game or for entire thing?
If it’s for one of the Infinite Screen Extension games then you can bind a key in ISE UI.30/12/2016 at 18:26 #6140JosephParticipant
Thank you for the quick reply. I only want to be able to turn the software on and off
down by the clock in the system tray, I’m just looking to slide the on/off slider
from disabled to enabled. I’m using voice recognition because I’m disabled
and I’d like to be able just to turn the software on by a quick voice macro.
Otherwise, I have to use the mouse and drag the slider to the on position
in the Tobii eye tracking software.
Thank you, jzlako01/01/2017 at 15:35 #6148Grant [Tobii]Keymaster
Hi @f3head, unfortunately we do not have a global hotkey setting to disable eye tracking system-wide.
However, as a possible workaround you could start/stop the Tobii Eye Tracking windows service using a 3rd party tool such as AutoHotKey.
The syntax is fairly straightforward in toggling a service state and binding it to a global shortcut key.
(an example here @ https://autohotkey.com/board/topic/20237-winserv-start-stop-or-query-a-windows-service-winapi/)
Hopefully this satisfies your needs.
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