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Re: Mbrola-server for Emacspeak available as RPM package.

For both to be used together the two servers would have to
be running simultaneously --in itself no big a deal.

For what you propose --some messages going through one or
the other server is more work--
all speech calls in the core emacspeak API would have to
take an optional speech server.

This may be worth implementing at some point in the future
--not for now.
The other reason this would be useful would be for working
with multiple languages simultaneously.
>>>>> "Greg" == Greg E Priest-Dorman <priestdo@cs.vassar.edu> writes:

    Greg> Any way to use both at the same time?  I am
    Greg> invisioning reminders and apointments, instead of
    Greg> interupting speech, coming in on another voice
    Greg> from another synth.  Or structural information
    Greg> about the document in one voice and the document
    Greg> in the other.  Perhaps not usefull, but it would
    Greg> be intersting.  Would there need to be two servers
    Greg> running?  One for each?

    Greg> Raman, how much of a nightmare would this be?

    Greg> It would be realy spiff to have the machine be
    Greg> able to tell me to stop reading 'cus I need to get
    Greg> to an apointment - without interupting the
    Greg> reading...

    Greg> Greg

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

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