Re: Selecting gnome-speech drivers


gnome-speech merely offers up a system for selecting/activating known speech drivers, with no particular speech driver being the 'default.' It is up to the assistive technology to decide what to do with them. To make sure your system is configured with the speech dispatcher driver correctly, you can run the gnome-speech 'test- speech' (/usr/bin/test-speech) application. If a gnome-speech driver doesn't work with it, the gnome-speech driver will not work with the screen reader.


On Mar 13, 2006, at 1:12 PM, Nolan Darilek wrote:

I'm not sure if this is screen-reader-specific, or if it's a function of gnome-speech. I just installed a custom gnome-speech with the intention of testing out speech-dispatcher and playing a bit more with orca. orca-setup only gives me the choice of using either emacspeak or gnome-speech drivers, however. It doesn't seem to let me choose between the available gnome-speech drivers.

Is this choice a function of whatever screen-reader I'm using? Or is there some gnome-speech setting for selecting a default driver?

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