Checkout the common commands to get started using Talon.
After you’re comfortable with the basic operations above, you can activate your programming language.
Check out the hardware page for microphone and eye tracker recommendations.
They’re being worked on, join talonvoice.slack.com and find a channel for your language to see how it’s going. If you are in the beta program, you can configure the WebSpeech API for dictation in other languages.
See the page Improving Recognition Accuracy.
While Talon is closed source, there’s plenty you can do to help:
Open your talon user directory, for example
~/.talon/user on Linux. Open the
engines.py file in an editor and change the line containing
W2lEngine() to include the parameter
debug=True. If a
debug=False parameter already exists, in the
False should be changed to
w2l = W2lEngine(model="en_US", debug=True)
Checkout the troubleshooting for solutions to common problems.