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More questions on the zap command



You may be changing it and not knowing it.

If you are changing somthing like speech rate or voice, it may be that
you ARE making the change, but then before emacspeak speaks again, it
resets it to its known defaults.  

I have had that happen when playing with the doubletalk. 

Since you have told emacspeak to talk with a particular voice it puts
code to switch to that voice in before it speaks,  this changes back
your change before you even get to hear it.

As for speed of reading, each buffer remembers the speed it is being
read at and nicly makes that change when you swicth to it.  It must be
telling the device to read a that speed.  I would assume tis would
override any "zap'ed" speed command.

Hope this helps,

Greg
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 Greg Priest-Dorman
 priestdo@cs.vassar.edu      NO SOLICITING


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