Bilingual Prompts

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To enable bilingual functionality in the Interactive portion of your music test (when respondents have been transferred to the Fileserver), add the following section and item to the C:\ComQuest\ComQuest.ini file on the Fileserver:

 

[Language]

Bilingual=Yes

 

If you're using English and a second language, the first language is always English; the second language can be Spanish, French, Swedish, etc. If you're using two languages and neither is English, make the first language the one the greatest majority of respondents will desire.

 

You must record a prompt named LANGUAGE.WAV It should contain the following voice prompt:

 

"To hear the instructions in English (or 1st language), press 1; to hear the instructions in <second language>, press 2. (Repeat this entire line in the second language)"

 

Any Interactive questions being asked must be supplied in both languages.  When recording the English version, simply save it as the Question Number, ie, "9902.wav", "9903.wav", etc.  To save the second-language version, save it with a "2" appended to the filename.  For example, the second-language version of 9902.wav would be 99022.wav; 9903.wav would be 99032.wav.

 

The following prompts must be recorded in both languages. Save each of the second-language versions with a 2 appended to the end of the filename.  For example, QuestionSetup.wav is the English version; QuestionSetup2.wav is the second-language version.  (The numeric script reference is in <> brackets. The control name and type of control are displayed in parenthesis following each prompt merely for reference.)

 

Filename

DOS #


Control - Type


QuestionSetup.wav

<7501>


(QuestionsIntro - PlayGreeting)


Invalid.wav

<7012>


(QuestionsError & SongError - PlayGreeting)


* ThatsAll.wav



(WrongAnswer - PlayGreeting)


QuestionDirections.wav

<7000>


(SongIntro - PlayGreeting)


Speedbump.wav

<7405>


(GetSongResponse - VoiceRec)


SongDirections.wav

<7505>


(GetSongResponse - VoiceRec)


BurnPrompt.wav

<7702>


(GetBurn - Used for dual score collection only)


ScoreCap.wav  

<7777>


(ScoreRecap & InvalidScore- PlayGreeting)


ScoreSummary.wav

<7788>


(BogusScore - PlayGreeting)


InvalidRecap.wav

<7002>


(InvalidScore - PlayGreeting)


ScheduleAnother.wav

<7003>


(SchResponse - VoiceRec)


OpenOpen.wav

<7008>


(AskOpenEnded - PlayGreeting)


Thanks.wav

<7004>


(Thanks - PlayGreeting)


NoThanks.wav

<7005>


(NoThanks - PlayGreeting)


 

* - If you're not using this "special-use" prompt; simply copy the existing .WAV file to the *2.WAV... ex: copy ThatsAll.wav to ThatsAll2.wav

 

See also

Voice Prompts