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Re: Incomplete Sentences




I still suspect the interrupt settings on your sound card.
To verify this, play a realaudio stream or mp3 file for more
than a few minutes and see if the problem shows up.>>>>> "Patrick" == Patrick Gordon <pcgordon@mediaone.net> writes:

    Patrick> I have eliminated emacs as a suspect with the
    Patrick> "incomplete sentence" problem I am having.  I
    Patrick> tested ViaVoice by just executing "tcl outloud"
    Patrick> and got the identical problem: I hear a few
    Patrick> words and then just snippets.  The sound card
    Patrick> works fine in all other applications. So now it
    Patrick> is narrowed down to just the outloud tcl script
    Patrick> and the ViaVoice software.  Does anybody have
    Patrick> any ideas where to go from here?  (Don't say
    Patrick> it!  I won't give up until I conquer this
    Patrick> problem!)

    Patrick> Patrick

    Patrick> ----- Original Message ----- From:
    Patrick> "T. V. Raman" <raman@cs.cornell.edu> To:
    Patrick> "Patrick Gordon" <pcgordon@mediaone.net> Cc:
    Patrick> <emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu> Sent: Wednesday,
    Patrick> February 06, 2002 11:07 AM Subject: Incomplete
    Patrick> Sentences


    >> This is not an emacspeak problem --it's probably a
    >> problem with your sound card.
    >> 
    >> Also, please do not send me mail directly about
    >> emacspeak --answering you in private helps only you
    >> and no one else.
    >> 
    >> Wish you luck helping your friend--
    >> 
    >> >>>>> "Patrick" == Patrick Gordon
    >> <pcgordon@mediaone.net> writes:
    >> 
    Patrick> Raman, I have been trying for several week to
    Patrick> make emacspeak functional for a blind friend of
    Patrick> mine with the hope that it will open up
    Patrick> Internet for her, but I seem to have hit a
    Patrick> wall. I can't get emacspeak to speak more than
    Patrick> a few words in a sentence before slowing to an
    Patrick> incoherent crawl. For example, in the sentence:
    Patrick> "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog",
    Patrick> it speaks just the first three words normally
    Patrick> and then I can hear only brief snippets of each
    Patrick> remaining word as it continues very slowly
    Patrick> through the rest of the line.  I can move the
    Patrick> cursor through the text word by word with no
    Patrick> problem, it just cannot handle moving by
    Patrick> multiple words or sentences.  From the
    Patrick> twenty-thousand feet level, It seems as though
    Patrick> the output buffer just is not big enough. Do
    Patrick> you have any ideas or suggestions on this?  I
    Patrick> have posed the problem to the listserv group,
    Patrick> but to no avail.  I have also posted the
    Patrick> problem on linux newsgroups and got no respones
    Patrick> whatsoever.
    >>
    Patrick> My system is a 333Mz 128MB Dell Latitude CPt
    Patrick> running RH Linux 7.2.  I've installed Emacs 21,
    Patrick> Emacspeak 15.0, and IBM's Text-To-Speech
    Patrick> product ViaVoice following the installation
    Patrick> instructions at
    Patrick> 
    Patrick> http://www.redhat.com/services/techsupport/accessibility/s1-access-install.h
    Patrick> tml.
    >>
    Patrick> Patrick
    >> 
    >> --
    >> Best Regards, --raman
    >> 
    >> 
    >> Email: raman@cs.cornell.edu WWW:
    >> http://www.cs.cornell.edu/home/raman/ AIM: TVRaman
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--raman

      
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