hello Christian, Christian Gerhardt <Christian_Gerhardt@t-online.de> writes: > I strongly believe that I misconfigured my emacspeak environment, but I can't > find the mistake. When trying to use the google search facilities which are by > default bound to C-e ? <character> I get into the mini buffer and am prompted > to input my phrases. After hitting enter, nothing really happens or I should > say nothing happens which I can perceive. I am using emacspeak version 25. > Could you please give some hints where to search for a solution? The system > didn't complain unfortunately and looking through the buffer list, nothing was > found concerning a buffer which might have held my search results. I think you might have not selected the google search. After hitting C-e ? you have to hit ? again to see what searches are available or simply hit g to search google. Here is what you should get if you hit the ?: control a `emacspeak-websearch-amazon-search' control b `emacspeak-websearch-biblio-search' control c `emacspeak-websearch-citeseer-search' control e `emacspeak-websearch-ebay-search' control f `emacspeak-websearch-froogle' RETURN `emacspeak-websearch-my-rss-search' control p `emacspeak-websearch-podscope' control r `emacspeak-websearch-rpm-find' control w `emacspeak-websearch-wikipedia-search' SPACE `emacspeak-websearch-google-feeling-lucky' ' `emacspeak-websearch-google-sak' , `emacspeak-websearch-google-specialize' . `emacspeak-websearch-google-advanced' / `emacspeak-websearch-display-form' ; `emacspeak-websearch-google-mobile' ? `emacspeak-websearch-help' cap A `emacspeak-websearch-alltheweb-search' cap B `emacspeak-websearch-blinkx-search' cap D `emacspeak-websearch-dictionary-hypertext-webster-search' cap E `emacspeak-websearch-britannica-search' cap F `emacspeak-websearch-foldoc-search' cap G `emacspeak-websearch-gutenberg' cap M `emacspeak-websearch-merriam-webster-search' cap N `emacspeak-websearch-news-yahoo' cap S `emacspeak-websearch-shoutcast-search' cap T `emacspeak-websearch-teoma' cap W `emacspeak-websearch-w3c-search' a `emacspeak-websearch-altavista-search' b `emacspeak-websearch-bbc-search' c `emacspeak-websearch-company-news' d `emacspeak-websearch-usenet-search' e `emacspeak-websearch-emaps-search' g `emacspeak-websearch-google' i `emacspeak-websearch-accessible-google' j `emacspeak-websearch-ask-jeeves' k `emacspeak-websearch-koders-search' m `emacspeak-websearch-map-yahoo-directions-search' n `emacspeak-websearch-google-news' o `emacspeak-websearch-open-directory-search' p `emacspeak-websearch-people-yahoo' q `emacspeak-websearch-quotes-yahoo-search' r `emacspeak-websearch-recorded-books-search' s `emacspeak-websearch-software-search' t `emacspeak-websearch-technorati' u `emacspeak-websearch-google-usenet-advanced' w `emacspeak-websearch-weather' x `emacspeak-websearch-exchange-rate-convertor' y `emacspeak-websearch-yahoo' z `emacspeak-websearch-podzinger-search' happy searching, rdc -- Robert D. Crawford email@example.com Talking about a piece of movie dialogue: Let's have some new cliches. -Samuel Goldwyn ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the emacspeak list or change your address on the emacspeak list send mail to "firstname.lastname@example.org" with a subject of "unsubscribe" or "help"
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