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Re: Control characters

Ben -

You can silence tabs by setting punctuation mode to "none".  That is:
"C-e d p none".  With the DECtalk, setting it to "some" is enough to
silence a tab.

I do not see a way to silence ^G, ^H, or ^M.  Actually, I do not see
that as a bug.  They are shown on the screen, so why shouldn't they be

                            - Jim Van Zandt

>Date: Mon, 30 Mar 1998 16:14:26 +1000 (EST)
>From: Ben Van Poppel <benny@netspace.net.au>
>Content-type: text
>Hi all.
>I'm using Emacspeak v7.0 with the DoubleTalk speech server v0.29. How do 
>I get it to silence control characters? At present it speaks tabs and 
>some control characters. G, h and m spring to mind currently, although it 
>might say others that I haven't encountered yet.

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