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Re: Multiple Emacspeak sessions



Hi all,

Excuse me, but as one who is exploring Emacspeak's possibilities before
actually taking the plunge, do I understand that you can have a window beep
at you if something happens in it?  This, even when you are not using it
actively?  this would be a godsend in the work I do.

Ann P.
At 12:01 AM 12/11/98 -0500, Greg E. Priest-Dorman wrote:
>I have a lot of success doing one of three things, I turn off speech
>in the loading w3 session, go about my buisness on the other
>session and come back a few mintes later to see if it is done, save or
>mirror web stuff I know I want to disk and then load it from the local
>copy which is faster - I do this with news sites I want to read, or
>lastly, switch to a session that I don't need audio feedback from -
>like typing some notes, while the page loads.  I know none of these
>realy asnswer your question, but they are sugestions on how to spend
>that time while waiting for the net to get you what you want.
>
>I currently have no sound card for audio icons, perhaps you could have
>the w3 page play a particular icon when it finishes loading and so you
>could then return to that session and resume speech in it?
>
>Just a few thoughts,
>
>Greg
>
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> Greg Priest-Dorman
> priestdo@cs.vassar.edu      NO SOLICITING
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