NuMorse has features that allow you to type in your guesses when it plays code. This set of options determines how and when NuMorse gives an audio response to your guesses if they are incorrect.
No sound: Obviously, nothing happens if this option is set.
Speak the word:If your typing contains errors then NuMorse will speak the correct word, if it can. If the characters do not form a pronounceable word or if they are numeric then the word will be spelled out instead. This feature relies on the installed Microsoft Windows text to speech features. The speed of the speech is controlled by an Output setting.
Spell the word: If your typing contains errors then the correct characters will be always spelled out. This feature relies on the installed Microsoft Windows text to speech features. The speed of the speech is controlled by an Output setting.
Play sound from file: A preset error sound will be played if you type incorrect characters. This sound can be selected using the file select button.
Error threshold: You may not want to be alerted on every single error. This control allows an error threshold to be set. NuMorse will respond only when the threshold is exceeded.
Compare typed text with sent code: NuMorse has a text compare feature that lines up sent text with typed text to aid comparison. If this option is checked then the text compare window will pop- up in addition to any other error responses that you specified. This will allow you to quickly see what characters you mistyped.