Speech recognition.capx not working in NW.js

  • Problem Description

    Speech recognition.capx example does not work when exported via NW.js although it says "Speech recognition is supported!".

    I know it works in Chrome but i need it for desktop app.

    Attach a Capx

    it comes with C2 instalation

    Description of Capx

    Speech recognition

    Steps to Reproduce Bug

    • open Speech recognition.capx example
    • choose preview browser NW.js
    • display shows "network" error report

    Observed Result

    Some "network" error is reported and speech recognition is not working

    Expected Result

    Speech recognition

    Affected Browsers

    • Chrome: (NO)
    • NW.js: (YES)
    • others: Not supported Operating System and Service Pack won 10 Home 64 up to date Construct 2 Version ID latest stabile and beta
  • Anyone?

  • Ashley

    Any comment?

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  • irena

    Please remember that, as stated in the Bug Report Requirements,

    [quote:1n77isjr]

    Why haven't you responded to my bug report yet?

    We do look at every report, but developer and release schedules mean we may not get round to it immediately. Please allow a few weeks for it to be investigated. If you are waiting, you can improve the chance it is resolved when a developer does get round to it by carefully reviewing these guidelines and providing as much useful information about the problem as possible. If you are missing anything, you may end up waiting a few weeks for a reply simply asking for the missing information, and then you're waiting again.

    Ashley and the team are extremely busy with C3 at the moment, but I know he will get around to this eventually.

    Please don't think you are being ignored.

  • zenox98

    Thank you....

  • My best guess is speech recognition is a proprietary part of Chrome and not included in Chromium (which NW.js is built off). So there may not be anything we can do about this.

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