- Making games with player scores in The Grid 2
- Licencing The Grid 2
- Licensing of grid sets in The Grid 2
- Keyboard shortcuts for editing The Grid 2
- Jump cells and new grids in The Grid 2
- Importing and exporting grid bundles in The Grid 2
- How to Make a photo album in The Grid 2
- How to create a music grid with symbols in The Grid 2
- How to use the Random Phrase Command in The Grid 2
- How to speed up switch input in The Grid 2
- How to open a specific file in Computer Control with The Grid 2
- How to navigate around text in The Grid 2
- How to install The Grid 2
- How to get a new language for The Grid 2
- How to create a wordlist in The Grid 2
- How to create a visual scene in The Grid 2
- How to change the language of a grid set in The Grid 2
- How to backup users in The Grid 2 Grid Explorer
- How do I use the Webcam workspace in The Grid 2?
- How do I make The Grid 2 start when I turn on my computer?
- How do I make The Grid 2 show my grids when it starts?
- Hiding the menu bar in The Grid 2
- Grid 2 mobile phone workspace
- Grid 2 Commands
- General editing of The Grid 2
- Editing a cell in Grid 2
- Creating a music grid in The Grid 2
- Creating “are you sure” options in The Grid 2
- Create a grid for a specific program in The Grid 2
- Connecting a USB Modem to Grid 2
- Connect a mobile phone to The Grid 2 with Bluetooth
- Audio connections for mobile phone conversations with The Grid 2
- Adding/removing rows and columns in The Grid 2
- Adding music to The Grid 2
- How do I send a grid set to Grid Player from The Grid 2?
How to use the Random Phrase Command in The Grid 2
This is a nice little feature in The Grid 2.7, that allows the user to have a more conversational style when using their communication aid to chat.
For example, the user may not wish to say “Yes” as their affirmative response to every question. They might want to say “Yeah”, “Sure”, “Of course”, etc instead. As an alternative to having separate buttons for every phrase, it can now be programmed onto one cell using the Random Phrase Command.
1. Press F11 to go into Editing Mode.
2. Choose an empty cell and double click to edit.
3. Click on Add a Command, and type ‘random’ into the search box.
4. Select Random Phrase from the list of commands, and select OK.
5. In the Edit Cell window, click on Edit Wordlist… to add your list of phrases such as “Yeah”, “Sure”, “Of Course”, etc.
6. You may wish to change the picture and Cell Text, so that it shows the word and symbol for “Yes”.
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