MacSpeech, Inc. has released an update for iListen, bringing it to version 1.6.4. iListen is a verbal text utility designed to allow direct speech translation to text on Mac OS X. The update features bug fixes and expanded scripting support. According to MacSpeech:
Macintosh Speech Recognition authority MacSpeech announced today a minor upgrade to itis popular iListen speech recognition product.
In addition to addressing a couple of small bugs, the new version adds the ability to address items in the Mac OS X Services menu and adds support for Hierarchical Menus in its built-in Script Editor. Users of upcoming ScriptPaks from MacSpeech will need this new version in order to use all of the commands in those ScriptPaks.
You can find more information about the iListen update at the MacSpeech, Inc. Web site. iListen 1.6.4 is free for 1.5 and higher users, while the full version is available for US$99.00.