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Re: Simple introduction to Emacspeak: I declare the first draft.



Hello Alex,

Alex M <alex.midence@gmail.com> writes:

> I would like to declare the first draft of the Emacspeak easy intro I
> wrote for your perusal and feedback prior to the final draft.  Please
> point out any corrections, ambiguities, typos, or usability of it in
> this thread.  

Thanks for writing this.  I have only read a very small bit so far but I
wanted to point out two things:

1.  emacspeak documentation convention is to state capital letters
explicitly.  i.e. C-e cap D.

2. only some speech synths have speed set in wpm.  for example, I use
via voice and my speech rate is 92.  Best I can tell that is somewhere
North of 250, which is where I use espeak.

I'll try to read more later.

rdc
-- 
Robert D. Crawford                                     robdcraw@gmail.com

"All language designers are arrogant.  Goes with the territory..."
(By Larry Wall)

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