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Re: Emacspeak and unicode



The following message is a courtesy copy of an article
that has been posted to gmane.emacs.emacspeak.general as well.

Neither -- ie Emacspeak is not "American centric " by design, but its
default settings are definitely set up for English as the default.

For how Unicode is handled, see module dtk-unicode.el -- start first by
reading its documentation at
http://tvraman.github.io/emacspeak/manual/dtk_002dunicode.html#dtk_002dunicode

At a high-level you want to customize option
dtk-unicode-untouched-charsets to include character sets that your TTS
engine handles on its own --  so  for instance, if you have a Japanese
TTS engine, you add the relevant character sets that you use routinely
to that customization option.
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