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Re: start emacspeak silently



Sorry, but once that that is what dtk-toggle-quiet does.

>>>>> "Pawel" == Pawel K <pawlaczus@yahoo.com> writes:
    >> set variable dtk-quiet -- this is what command
    >> dtk-toggle-quiet uses
    Pawel> 
    Pawel> Thank You for an answer but it is not what I expected.
    Pawel> 1. emacs still speaks the welcome message 2. it does
    Pawel> not make my emacs silent at all.  Emacs speaks
    Pawel> everything :(
    Pawel> 
    Pawel> My goal is to force emacs to start completely silent
    Pawel> and be silent untill I want it not to be silent any
    Pawel> more.
    Pawel> 
    Pawel> Please tell me how to achieve it.  It seems to be very
    Pawel> simple.
    Pawel> 
    Pawel> Thank You for help
    Pawel> 
    Pawel> 
    Pawel> 
    Pawel> 
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