Re: Accessibility for those with speech impairment

KMouth is an application. It can be used in Unity, Gnome, Cinammon,
anything linux based. The latest release uses kdelibs and jovie
(formerly kttsd) to do the speaking, but at some point the frameworks
branch will be released which only depends on QtSpeech (which in turn
depends on speech-dispatcher) and a few of the kde frameworks. At any
rate try installing it and give it a try. I think it will do what you
are looking for.


On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 2:48 PM, Nlomrb Gmail <nlomrb gmail com> wrote:
Everyone on the mailing list, especially Jeremy and Gary,

I thank all of you for your contributions.

I am interested in knowing whether Kmouth can be run as a module without KDE.

I am also interested in knowing what the public sources making up VBC are, and where they may be found.  My 
sympathy over needing so many surgeries and over having someone foul up your computer.


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