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A matter of documentation



Jennifer --
First off --glad you're working on an emacspeak howto
--first I'm hearing of it-- glad to know it is in the
works.

Before you worry about how a synthesizer might say it, focus
on how you markup the howto documentation --
if it's consistently marked up it can always be spoken in
different ways.

Which brings me to the next question --what markup language
are you authoring in?

To answer your specific questions about how kbd sequences
are spoken in emacspeak--
 

In contexts where emacspeak knows for sure that c-h is a key
sequence it automatically says control-h
--so for instance C-h c C-k says 
 "control k runs the command kill-line"

-- 
Best Regards,
--raman

      
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