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Re: strange voicification of super/subscripts in LATeX documents

Is this specific to espeak or are you seeing it on Outloud or
Dectalk?  For the record, those are the two engines I use -- I
find espeak too painful to use at this point.  If the bug shows
up on all TTS engines, then there is likely some kind of leakage
in properties -- could be a font-lock bug (unlikely since others
would have noticed) or a bug on the emacspeak end.

Note that you can examine the properties   under the cursor with
C-e M-v  
 control e meta v  runs the command

that might help you trace down the cause. 
>>>>> "Peter" == Peter Rayner <prayner@unimelb.edu.au> writes:
    Peter> Thanks Jason. First thing I noticed was that the
    Peter> problem *didn't* occur when reading my own message so
    Peter> it was likely to be a mode setting. I turned of
    Peter> voice-lock but that didn't fix it. Turning off
    Peter> font-lock, however, did. So I'll add that to
    Peter> LATeX-mode-hook and see if it's robust. cheers Peter
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