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Re: Shadowing of a <link>

From: Alain Brunet <Alain.Brunet@nextenso.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Oct 2002 16:27:45 +0200
To: <www-voice@w3.org>
Message-Id: <200210071627.45198.Alain.Brunet@nextenso.com>

Hi,
a solution should be to declare a modal grammar in the part of code where you want a different behavior

On Monday 07 October 2002 15:28, Tobias Goebel wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Is it possible to do something like "Shadowing" (see for example WML) in
> VoiceXML concerning links?
> If you specify a <link> at document level, it (or the grammar respectively)
> is active in all forms and form items. But if you want to disable a link in
> a specific form without affecting others, is there a way to do that? (apart
> from removing the link from document level and putting it individually in
> every form)
> In WML, you can for example define templates for buttons that appear in all
> cards in a deck, and there is a mechanism for disabling a task in a card by
> overwriting it (for this card only).
> Thanks
> Tobias,-

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