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Praise the LORD, I finally got most of it working!!!



Doug --
1) themes such as "chimes" are relevant only when using wave
audio auditory icons,
for midi there is only one theme.

2) The emacspeak startup logo is an mp3 file.
If you are using Viavoice  and your 
sound card is busy talking emacspeak startup messages you
probably wont hear the startup emacspeak icon.
(this is just as well --hearing speech is more important
than the ear candy of the startup icon)
>>>>> "Doug" == Doug Smith <bdsmith@buncombe.main.nc.us> writes:

    Doug> Hi, all. This is Doug Smith again. I'm happy to
    Doug> say that I got auditory icons going almost
    Doug> completely. Here's how I did it. I looked in the
    Doug> archives and found all the references I needed to
    Doug> find in order to get stdiosynth going. I had the
    Doug> problem with the "initializing voice 0 with
    Doug> undefined instrument situation, but I found the
    Doug> reference to initializing the midi system first in
    Doug> the rc.local script. This solved most of the
    Doug> problem. Now, auditory icons wirk almost perfectly
    Doug> with the chimes theme. I'm very happy with it.

    Doug> I have only one other question that I didn't find
    Doug> in the archive. If it's there, I'll just look
    Doug> harder and find it. The problem concerns the
    Doug> emacspeak auditory icon with the organ music
    Doug> that's supposed to play when the package first
    Doug> starts up. That is, I believe, the only icon that
    Doug> isn't working. I really would like to know how to
    Doug> fix this problem.

    Doug> Gregg, I am very sorry for clogging up the list
    Doug> with all those unnecessary inquiries. I will not
    Doug> do this again. Thank you for being just like my
    Doug> freshman Western Civilizations professor in
    Doug> telling me to "Look it up, Smith!" I looked it up
    Doug> and found most of it.

    Doug> Jennifer, I don't have your address handy right
    Doug> now, because I didn't keep the headings from any
    Doug> of those letters you sent me, but if you put
    Doug> (emacspeak-toggle-auditory-icons) in your ~/.emacs
    Doug> file, all your icons will work in any emacs
    Doug> session. The key is having stdiosynth
    Doug> installed. Being the dummy I can sometimes be, I
    Doug> thought that joking package was already installed
    Doug> because emacspeak was changing voices with
    Doug> context. Thanks for clearing that up for me,
    Doug> folks. I am really sorry.

    Doug> Is it possible to use windowing system themes with
    Doug> emacspeak? I hope that, one day, we can have a
    Doug> Star Trek theme. That would be great. If it isn't
    Doug> too hard to do, and, when I have the time, I might
    Doug> just put one together. If I can get it working
    Doug> correctly, I will submit it to the list or
    Doug> wherever you might want me to send it to. I have
    Doug> to get ready to go back to school right now, so I
    Doug> can't do it right now, but I might later.

    Doug> Once more, thanks for all your help.



    Doug> Sincerely:

    Doug> -- Doug Smith: The Righteousness of GOD, Son of
    Doug> GOD, Joint Heir with CHRIST and Keeper Of The
    Doug> Light.

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--raman

      
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