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fixing pitch/changes in source



Hello all:
I had a quick question. I've looked through a few info pages already, but I'm not seeing what I want--perhaps I'm looking in the wrong place? I'm editing some cpp code, and for whatever reason, emacspeak keeps getting really deep and quiet when it reads the return type of a function as well in some other places. Is there a way to turn that off? I just want it to read the code to me. A solution to turning it off/a pointer to the correct info node would be appreciated.
Thanks,

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