Re: [orca-list] Punctuation, capital letters, exchange of characters and strings, generally error in the design of Orca

#On Do, Apr 10, 2008 at 10:27:39 -0400, Willie Walker wrote:
Thanks Milan.

So...I have a dilemma.  The imperfect gnome-speech-based solution in 
Orca exists and generally works.  The emergence of PulseAudio is also 
helping to address one of the major issues (audio device contention). 
While not perfect, the current solution provides emulation for missing 
TTS features in a very expedient and controllable means to give users 
what they want *today*.  We can also quickly make adjustments to 
gnome-speech to provide support for features enabled by the speech 
engine (e.g., verbalized punctuation, capitalization, etc.) and we can 
quickly adjust Orca to pass things on to the speech engine rather than 
emulate them at the Orca layer.  

The most not usable part of gnome-speech is that it can only use the
output which comes with the synth.
Unfortunately there are not many soundcards available which are
multichannel capable.
Many laptops and onboard soundcards 
can't be used with orca+gnome-speech+other_sounds.
This is the main problem nothing else!!!!!!!!!


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