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Re: Pronunciation in emacs-w3m mode



Hi Rob,

what speech server are you using. The phenomenon  you are seeing might be
a result of the utf-8 fixes that went into emacspeak 28. Enabling
dtk-strip-octals (dtk-toggle-strip-octals) should get rid of those
characters. Another option is to apply my unicode substitution patch,
of which I can post a new version for emacspeak 28 if there is
interest. 

Best regards, Lukas

Rob Hill writes ("Pronunciation in emacs-w3m mode"):
> Hello list,
> 
> I'm not sure whether it's since upgrading to ubuntu hardy, or to
> emacspeak 28.0, since I did both around the same time, but now many
> characters in web pages displayed by emacs-w3m are read as
> "question-mark'.  If I left-arrow back to the offending character, an
> octile number is read out, e.g.'octile 1,234,642 before each link in
> the emacs-w3m bookmarks file.   I started to redefine pronunciations
> for these characters, making them silent, but they seem to be too numerous to make this
> practicable. How can I prevent emacspeak from speaking all these
> characters as 'question mark'?
> 
> I'm using ubuntu hardy, emacspeak 28.0 with voxin tts, w3m-el version
> 1.4.4-6, and emacs22.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Rob
> 
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