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Outloud Default Rate not taking?

See my .emacs in emacspeak/tvr under svn. Basically the custom
setting has to be loaded early and applied late.

>>>>> "Rob" == Rob Hill <robhill@es.co.nz> writes:
    Rob> Hello Zac and list, I found this too.  Restarting
    Rob> emacspeak with c-e c-s sets the new speech rate,
    Rob> otherwise as a permanent fix, I invoke emacspeak from
    Rob> the shell prompt as:
    Rob> $ emacs
    Rob> the first few lines of my ~/.emacs file being:
    Rob> (setq dtk-program "outloud") (setq
    Rob> outloud-default-speech-rate 75) (load-file
    Rob> "/home/rob/emacspeak-27.0/usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/emacspeak/lisp/emacspeak-setup.el")
    Rob> You'll need to alter the last line according to where
    Rob> your emacspeak lives, of course.  The speech rate
    Rob> variable didn't seem to work unless it was loaded before
    Rob> emacspeak.  I deleted the speech rate setting from the
    Rob> custom section of the ~/.emacs file.
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