Hi Rob, Rob Hill writes ("Re: Pronunciation in emacs-w3m mode"): > I applied your patch, using the command: > ... > but this gave no improvement. Patch gave no error messages. What version of emacs are you using? Did you download the unicode data file and set the variable describe-char-unicodedata-file correctly? > Reverting to emacspeak-27.0 fixed the problem, and your test file > reads perfectly with this version. This is very unlikely without the patch because the file contains characters like "square root" which are not supported by outloud. Do you mean by "perfectly" simply that you do not get any question marks? I looked at dtk-strip-octals. It is not prepared for character codes beyond 255. I attached a quick fix, which should make it remove all non-ascii chars. This will make the question marks go away when tts-strip-octals is enabled. To hear the correct name for these characters, you will still need the other patch. Best regards, Lukas
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