• jb145491

    Is there anyway to create speech recognition in pythonista? I know I can use the Google Speech Recognition API, but I would prefer no internet. Also, if you have an alternative to pyaudio I can use, that would be helpful. I am trying to create a python shell, but purely conversation, no typing.

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  • jb145491

    Never mind, figured out how to do it. Siri API.

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  • jb145491

    I have images in my clipboard I am using, plus the colorkey should be pretty easy. In pygame:

    pygame.image.set_colorkey(0, 0, 0)
    This takes any black on the image and converts it to clear.

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  • jb145491

    Anybody here who has used the pygame module before should know about a colorkey. How do I set it?

    PS. In case anybody didn't know, a colorkey is a RGB(A) value that when bound to a picture, replaces all pixels that are the color of the colorkey with another color, or transparent.

    Any ideas?

    Some thoughts running through my mind:

    1. Maybe go pixel by pixel in a for loop. Use an if statement to determine if the pixel is that color. No clue how to do that.
    2. Find a colorkey function. No clue how to do that.
    3. Be open to suggestions. I know how to do that.

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  • jb145491

    Maybe, when will this new update be released?

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  • jb145491

    So I can't even record from the iPad?

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  • jb145491

    Just do this:

    1. Make sure you have a file named "a.txt".

    2. Put the value of the variable a in the first line. In the following code, it ignores all other lines in the file.

    3. In your code:

      line = open('a.txt').readlines()[0]
      try:
      line= int(line)
      except:
      pass

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  • jb145491

    I dont have this "ctypes" module, is that coming out in an update? I guess I could use the Internet, and I know how to send to google, but how would I make a recording in the first place through Pythonista?

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  • jb145491

    I spent 7 bucks on an app expecting to be able to submit Python programs to the App Store. How do I do this?

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  • jb145491

    I haven't gotten an answer to my second question. Will a Pythonista-made application be acceptable to the App Store? I know all about the needing a Mac part, the $99 dollar a year subscription fee, but that is not my question. I apologize if I sound rude, I am just a bit frustrated.

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