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Re: Help with mac tts?



That works, I am back in the game.

Thank you so much, all. Emacspeak makes me happy :-)

> On 23 Oct 2014, at 02:59, "T. V. Raman" <raman@google.com> wrote:
> 
> Checked in -- please test.
>>>>>> "David" == David Tseng <davidtseng@gmail.com> writes:
>    David> The mac server currently checked into emacspeak trunk
>    David> is outdated; sending a patch to raman@
>    David> momentarily. Thanks.
>    David> 
>    David> Matthew Wood writes:
>    David> 
>>> Thank you, Tim/ Bart :-)
>>> 
>>> I'll review the version of the mac tts server I'm running
>>> and get back to you.
>>> 
>>> On 22 Oct 2014, at 12:59, "Tim Cross"
>>> <theophilusx@gmail.com<mailto:theophilusx@gmail.com>>
>>> wrote:
>>> 
>>> It is quite possible that the new version of OSX has
>>> broken things. There were problems with the mac server
>>> after the OSX 10.9 upgrade as well. My guess is that apple
>>> have changed something which is now causing the speech
>>> server to not run correctly.
>>> 
>>> I've not upgraded to 10.10 yet. I did update emacspeak
>>> recently and have not observed any problems with 10.9
>>> 
>>> Tim
>>> 
>>> 
>>> On 22 October 2014 20:41, Matthew Wood
>>> <matthew.wood@bbc.co.uk<mailto:matthew.wood@bbc.co.uk>>
>>> wrote: Hello everyone,
>>> 
>>> I'm new here, can I ask for some help with an issue I'm
>>> seeing on emacspeak on the mac?
>>> 
>>> My symptom is that with voice lock on, text spans after
>>> the first personality switch in a line are not being
>>> voiced. So for example I hear a comment delimiter but not
>>> the comment itself.
>>> 
>>> I grabbed the debug log from the mac tts server and I can
>>> see the voice changes and text segments for the entire
>>> line are being received as expected. I can also see the
>>> first chunk being dispatched to the underlyingn tts api.
>>> 
>>> I've started to poke around with a little extra logging
>>> and I think I'm seeing a call to
>>> 'isAnyApplicationSpeaking' on the underlying tts api
>>> returning true, even right after the speech server
>>> receives a 'didFinishSpeaking' notification from the
>>> underlying engine. Maybe this is causing attempts to
>>> dequeue remaining speech items to be skipped? Maybe my
>>> understanding of how all this hangs together is buggy??
>>> 
>>> I believe this is changed behaviour after an upgrade from
>>> OS X 10.7 and emacspeak v37 to OS X 10.10 and v40. Anyone
>>> else seeing similar?
>>> 
>>> I'll keep digging but any pointers really appreciated!
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>>> 
>>> --
>>> regards,
>>> 
>>> Tim
>>> 
>>> --
>>> Tim Cross
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