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Emacspeak and GNUS 5.8




I suspect that it is a subtle bug from interferring emacspeak and
gnus.  I simply commented out almost all functionality from
emacspeak-gnus.el and gnus works as expected.
Though emacspeak still talks
"Error: invalid timer"
when pressing space in summary or article buffers.

It is not an error indeed since gnus generates it inside a form 
(ignore-errors ....)

I cured this behavior by setting gnus-asynchronious to nil.
But maybe it is possible to do this by adjusting emacspeak?

Dmitry


>>>>> "ML" == Mario Lang <mlang@home.delysid.org> writes:

ML> Hi.
ML> Does anyone know why GNUS behaves alot different
ML> when run under Emacspeak.
ML> E.g. when reading an article with RET in the summary buffer,
ML> I dont get a read mark at the left. 
ML> Is there a variable to tweak this?

ML> -- 
ML> CYa,
ML>    Mario <mlang@delysid.org>
ML> Homepage(s): http://delysid.org | http://piss.at/

ML> The nice thing about Windows is - It does not just crash, it displays a
ML> dialog box and lets you press 'OK' first.
ML> (Arno Schaefer's .sig)

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