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RE: Speech server and info node



I can reproduce this with e-speak on Windows.  C-h I is supposed to behave
like any other buffer.  You should be able to arrow down each option and
each info entry is spoken in a lower voice.  This is the case in Linux.
However, in Windows, I have found that I get dead silence unless I arrow
around with my actual arrow keys.  C-f, c-b c-p c-n and corresponding meta
key combinations do not yield any spoken results.  C-e l to read current
line doesn't help either.  It stays as quiet as the rest.  

Thanks.
Alex


-----Original Message-----
From: Lubos Pintes [mailto:lubos.pintes@gmail.com] 
Sent: Saturday, October 12, 2013 4:40 AM
To: emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu
Subject: Speech server and info node

Hello,
What exactly would happen when one fires `C-h i' command?
Does Emacspeak in general work correctly in this case?
In my speech server I am developing, nothing is said, but a lot of messages
are queued. From my point of view, the stop is fired incorrectly, so it
"kills" all queued text.
Also the first message "Composing main info directory" is "killed" by
redundant stop. I am playing with latest and greatest Emacspeak from SVN on
Windows. I am using Emacs 24.3.1.

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