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Re: Speech server - questions about the dispatch algorithm



Hi Lubos --

In general, Emacspeak will already have called "stop" before
calling tts_say, so you shouldn't need to do anything.

In general:

1. emacspeak always calls stop before sending speech (controlled
via dtk-stop-immediately --  this is set to t by default, and is
left that way except in *very* rare cases where lisp code in
emacspeak will carefully let-bind it to nil to avoid losing
speech).

2. tts_say is there for those cases where you want to produce
speech without doing any kind of preprocessing whatsoever. 
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