OS X Lion: Guidelines for naming spoken commands
When you create a new Speakable Items command, the name of the selected item or file is the command you speak. For best results, you should rename the command following the guidelines below.
- Use three to six words. Avoid names with a single syllable. For example, use “Make this bold” rather than “Bold.”
- Avoid proper names, names that sound similar to other words, or names that may be confused with other commands.
- Don’t use the same names as other Speakable Items commands. To see all the Speakable Items commands, press the listening key (or speak the key, depending on your settings), and then speak the command “Open the Speakable Items folder.”