#Talon Voice Commands Cheatsheet
This is a demo for how to get a cheatsheet of all Talon voice commands.
To recreate what I did:
- Have talon installed on your computer following the instructions at talonvoice.com
- Paste both the cheatsheet.py and cheatsheet.talon into the user directory of ~/talon. This makes these scripts available to talon.
- Open the talon repl and type
This will generate a markdown file in the same directory you put cheatsheet.py. Currently, the markdown file doesn't look very nice because I am misusing markdown so that when I do the next step, I get containers around the html I generate that are easy to select with css selectors. It woud probably be better to just have the python script create html in the first place, or even 4. In a shell, I open pandoc and run the command
> pandoc -s cheatsheet.md -c cheatsheet.css -f markdown-raw_html -t html -o cheatsheet.html
This command says "create a standalone document (-s) from the markdown document cheatsheet.md markdown (cheatsheet.md -f markdown) to html (-t html) with the css styleshees cheatsheet.css (-c cheatsheet.css)"
And that gets me the output, cheatsheet.html
This creates a wepbate that when you print it, has make a twenty-four page document with every talon command on it, formatted in a way where it is easy to find things, very information-dense, and organized.