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I'm having a problem with my external doubletalk.
- To: Rick Hayner <email@example.com>
- Subject: I'm having a problem with my external doubletalk.
- From: "T. V. Raman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 07:15:53 -0700 (PDT)
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>>>>> "Rick" == Rick Hayner <email@example.com> writes:
Rick> Hi Raman.
Rick> I have a question for you. I need to change
Rick> either emacspeak or the doubletalk driver. If the
doubletalk server --note terminology.
Rick> doubletalk receives an at sign character followed
Rick> by certain letters, it causes it to try and change
Rick> modes. I need to translate the at sign character
Rick> into the word at. This will prevent the problem.
The best place to do this --since it is doubletalk
specific is in the doubletalk server.
Look at proc clean
--this is the tcl procedure that cleans up text --at least
in the dtk-exp server.
Since the doubletalk server is a clone of the dtk-exp server
I assume it uses the same proc name --I dont know since I
didn't write it.
If it does have a proc clean --then it should have if else
clauses for punctuation all and punctuation some
--add an appropriate regsub line for the '@' sign.
TCL is well documented online --and you should be able to do
what you need by classic cut and paste programing in this
If you make this change make sure to pass it back to the
author of the Doubletalk server (not to me)
Rick> What I need to know is where is the best place to
Rick> do this? Should I do it to the emacspeak code,
Rick> and if so, which file do I change. If I need to
Rick> change the driver, where can I find documentation
Rick> on tcl and tclx? I also need to make sure that
Rick> this change will still allow the at sign to be
Rick> spoken in say some punctuation mode, but not when
Rick> all punctuation has been disabled.
Rick> I've already talked to rc systems, and Randy has
Rick> been playing with the doubletalk-lt firmware, and
Rick> if he changes it in the firmware, then the people
Rick> who need the doubletalk-lt to be changed to this
Rick> other voice mode can't change it, so he asked if
Rick> there is a way to do it in either emacspeak or the
Rick> Your help would be deeply appreciated. sometimes
Rick> when reading email, or looking at an email address
Rick> the atsign character followed by the right
Rick> combination of letters changes the mode of the
Rick> doubletalk-lt, and the only way to get speech back
Rick> again is to turn it off and back on again, which
Rick> is a bit of a pain.
Rick> Sincerely, -- Rick Hayner firstname.lastname@example.org
Rick> Member spebsqsa, Baritone Kalamazoo Mall City
Rick> Chorus. Amateur radio station wa8jqv
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