Re: recovering gnopernicus speech, how?

Thanks a lot for your patience folks.  You are always great.  Tom, you were very
perceptive, the problem was more complicated.  Gnome did not load correctly because
it could not resolve the hostname of my dhcp.  I am connected to the internet via
a wireless card using dhcp.  The problem is that the dhcp changes every day.  Yesterday
my root prompt looked like this:
root dhcp-533-13
 and  to day it is
root dhcp-531-23
.  Thus I have to change the line correspponding to the local host in the etc/hosts.
I am afraid I have to edit this file every day, or else, I should find another way
of doing it so that gnome will be able to resolve the hostname automatically.
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Tom and Esther Ward
  To: cris
gnome-accessibility gnome org
  Sent: Friday, March 26, 2004 2:30 AM
  Subject: Re: recovering gnopernicus speech, how?
  Hi,  Cris.
  If speech has been muted just go in to layer 8 and press the numpad-2 command to
reset volume back to default values.
  If that doesn't work then something more serious may be at hand.
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: cris
gnome-accessibility-list gnome org
    Sent: Thursday, March 25, 2004 6:24 PM
    Subject: recovering gnopernicus speech, how?
    hi folks,
    I lost speech with gnopernicus.  I no longer know what is going on.  What is
the file that has the speech parameters, like volume, rate, pitch etc?  I believe
that I inadvertently set the speech at the lowest volume.

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