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Re: emacspeak and irc/erc



Jason White <jason@jasonjgw.net> writes:

> Daniel Dalton <d.dalton@iinet.net.au> wrote:
>  
>> What can I do to control what emacspeak auto announces? 
>
> Enter erc and type C-h m, then look in the help buffer for the Emacspeak
> "monitor" commands. For example, C-c <enter> turns on/off monitoring of the
> current channel.
It's funny.  I just tried this sort of thing myself as a test, and the
various monitor commands didn't seem to take.  I was sitting in the
#debian channel on Freenode and the only way I knew anything was
happening was to have Speakup running in the background.
I also admit to being a bit confused by the distinction between
"speak-all-participants" and "room-monitor".best,
Zack.

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