On Sun, May 30, 2010 at 02:33:20PM -0400, Joanmarie Diggs wrote:
Initial questions (I'm sure others will come to me as I work on this): 1. Should the list of attributes be based on what's enabled for speech in the Text Attributes page of the Orca Preferences dialog? Or should it be any attribute which is detectable regardless of what the preferences are?
I think I like the idea of tiing it into the list of attributes on the attributes page. That seems more consistent to me. I haven't used that attributes thing yet but will have to checkout for sure.
2. I can see wanting to also do this for SayAll. I can also see wanting to do it for only SayAll or only line navigation or both or none. What about navigation left and right? Perhaps we can do something similar to how we speak misspelled words??
There's an ear full:). I think Say All should be configurable separately from moving line by line. I look to haw GW Micro implements stuff like this - verbosity and they always separate continuous reading from manual scrolling. I forget exactly how you're doing miss-spelled words but I definitely would be interested in hearing attribute changes during movement across the current line -especially by character; that way you can pin down to the letter in a word.
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