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-{{description>​universals VoiceXML property | universals are optional platform-specific global commands such as “help”, “cancel”,​ or “exit” grammars.}} 
-===== universals ===== 
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-Platforms may optionally provide platform-specific universal command grammars, such as "​help",​ "​cancel",​ or "​exit"​ grammars, that are always active (except in the case of modal input items) and which generate specific events. Production-grade applications often need to define their own universal command grammars, e.g., to increase application portability or to provide a distinctive interface. They specify new universal command grammars with elements. They turn off the default grammars with this property. Default catch handlers are not affected by this property. The value "​none"​ is the default, and means that all platform default universal command grammars are disabled. The value "​all"​ turns them all on. Individual grammars are enabled by listing their names separated by spaces; for example, "​cancel exit help". This property is not supported. 
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-====Notes==== 
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-This property is not supported by Plum DEV. 
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