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Re: Speaking a displayed line



I approach this problem by having Speakup set to off with
insert+numpad enter when I am in Emacspeak.  It makes it lurk in the
background without reporting screen changes.  HOwever, if you should
use the number pad keys, you can hear Speakup telling you what's on a
given line, character or word.  It solves the problem nicely for me
and without having to mess with any code either.

Regards,
Alex M

On 3/27/13, Christopher Chaltain <chaltain@gmail.com> wrote:
> Sometimes, when using Emacspeak, I want to hear just the displayed line
> spoken instead of the whole paragraph or sentence. I've messed around
> with a few options with word wrapping, but I haven't been able to figure
> out how to do this. Does anyone have any pointers for me?
>
> The reason I want to do this is because sometimes when editing a
> document, I want to work with some chunks of text smaller then a whole
> paragraph. If I'm wordsmithing a paragraph of a letter, I want to just
> hear the currently displayed line when using the arrow keys, instead of
> having to listen to the whole paragraph when adjusting a word or two in
> the middle. Maybe there's a better way to do this editing, so I'm open
> to any suggestions.
>
> --
> Christopher (CJ)
> chaltain at Gmail
>
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