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Re: less punctuation with no actual letters loss



Just forgot to mention another strange behavior:

When moving between characters, either with the arrows or with c-f and c-b, emacspeak sometimes simply don't speak some characters when passing over it, so I have to go back and forth for it to speak. This occurs mostly with punctuation signs.

I don't know whether it may be related, but I'm using the Viavoice's Brazilian Portuguese voice, that's my native language, although the Emacs documentation I'm reading is actually in English.

Cheers

Em 22/8/2010 23:00, Cleverson Casarin Uliana escreveu:
Jason White writes:
Does this still occur if you use a different speech synthesizer, for
example
ESpeak?

To test this, I have to reconfigure emacspeak using dpkg-reconfigure, as
I think the ESpeak server is not compiled yet, and I'm too beginner to
know how to configure it manually. I'll do it tomorrow.

Thanks anyway,
Cleverson

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