Pawel K <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > Invoking dtk-toggle-quiet explicitly does not make > emacspeak to be silent. On my set-up, this command does quiet everything _in_the_buffer_in_which_it_is_set. Perhaps the right questions are not being asked. Emacspeak assumes that the user wants to use it when it is loaded, I think. It seems that you do not want emacspeak to be used unless you specifically ask for it to be used in a particular buffer, much like a mode. For example, if I want to use php-mode in files that do not necessarily end in .php I have to invoke M-x php-mode in that buffer. What you want is to _not_ have emacspeak running unless you invoke it in a buffer. Is this correct? If you want emacspeak to be quiet _globally_, what you want to do is to invoke the command dtk-toggle-quiet with a prefix command like so C-u M-x dtk-toggle-quiet Then, in buffers you want to hear, invoke the command _without_ the prefix argument. The command can also be invoked with C-e d q. > It speaks "indent <cursor position>". > I think it is because my configuration: > (global-set-key "\C-m" 'newline-and-indent) > It looks like a kind of bug. I don't follow you here. > > The same is with another settings in my ~/.emacs file > like: > (setq emacspeak-line-echo nil) > (setq emacspeak-word-echo nil) Read the documentation for the above variables to understand what they do. I am not sure they do what you think they do. Perhaps you should turn them on and off in a scratch buffer and see what happens after typing words and lines. > They cover only the first buffer after emacs starts. That should not be the case. Check out what I said above and then let us know if this is the case. > I think when user specifies this in his configuration > file he does not expect it to work for the first > buffer only after launching emacs but permanently for > all buffers. It is until he turns it on with explicit > command. This is how it works, I think you don't understand what its purpose is. >>From my point of view none of those settings described > in this thread work correctly. Perhaps you should look at it from another point of view, like Dr. Ramen, the gent who wrote the program. > PS: sorry for beeing so grumpy. It happens. > I like emacs a lot and hope will like emacspeak as well. It seems to > be a bit too talkative to me that's why I want to customize it. Like I said above, let's figure out what you are looking for and perhaps we can get you moving in the right direction. rdc -- Robert D. Crawford email@example.com "A power so great, it can only be used for Good or Evil!" -- Firesign Theatre, "The Giant Rat of Summatra" ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 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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