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Re: strange voicification of super/subscripts in LATeX documents



T. V. Raman writes:
>Is this specific to espeak or are you seeing it on Outloud or
>Dectalk? 
Outloud, it's the only speech engine I use with emacspeak. 
>  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.
Turning off font-lock fixes it.
>Note that you can examine the properties   under the cursor with
Thanks, I'd forgotten that:
With font-lock on this yields
Personality (emacspeak-voice-latex-math-personality emacspeak-voice-latex-superscript-personality) Face (font-latex-math-face font-latex-superscript-face)  
While it yields nil for both when font-lock is turned off.
I've not looked at how the personality is handled in emacspeak so I'll
go off and educate myself and get back with either information or
questions.
cheers
Peter


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