Chris Brannon <email@example.com> writes: > "Robert D. Crawford" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > >> In testing your patch, I am having some issues. The responsiveness of >> the server is _much_ worse with the patch applied. If scrolling through >> a file with C-n, the speech gets "all backed up," so to speak. For > > If you can explain more thoroughly, or provide > sample text, I'd appreciate it. I'll attach my .asoundrc file, as it was the one I was working with at the time. Here is more explanation. In this sentence, with character echo turned off, but word echo turned on, I can type fast enough that the speech is about one word behind. There 2 instances of each word spoken, almost. Almost comes out as almo almost with a slight pause in between the utterances. In the .asoundrc file, without the patch applied, if point is on the first line and I use C-n to scroll down to line 20 to 25 it takes about 4 seconds for the speech to catch up and the line to be spoken. With the parch applied it takes about 8 seconds. > > I made two completely independent changes. I could place them in two > patches, if you want to try them separately. I can try it, see what happens, and report back. The issue was there before, just not as much as with the parch. Thanks, rdc
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