What I'm trying to do: give a single voice command to turn GPS on and Bluetooth off.
Command Filter for "Turn On GPS" is "GPS.+on|on.+GPS"
Command Filter for "Turn Off GPS" is "GPS.+off|off.+GPS"
Command Filter for "Turn On Bluetooth" is "Bluetooth.+on|on.+Bluetooth"
Command Filter for "Turn Off Bluetooth" is "Bluetooth.+off|off.+Bluetooth"
Separately, these commands work great. But if I say "Turn on GPS and turn off Bluetooth now", it screws things up since "on" and "off" probably trigger conflicting commands at the same time.
How do I make AutoVoice recognize 2 separate phrases exactly, so when the word 'on' is next to 'GPS' it won't interfere with the word 'off' next to 'Bluetooth' in the same voice command? i.e. how can I make Autovoice see "Turn 'on GPS' and turn 'off Bluetooth' now" as two separate commands and execute each, without 'on' getting associated with 'Bluetooth' or 'off' getting associated with 'GPS'?
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