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speech rate and key skipping problem

sounds like your sound card is defaulting to stereo
--convince it to do mono --or get a better supported sound
>>>>> "Shaji" == Shaji Mathew <smats@blr.vsnl.net.in> writes:

    Shaji> Dear friends, I had installed and was using
    Shaji> Emacspeak on RedHat 7.1 on a system having
    Shaji> "creative " sound card I was so happy with
    Shaji> Emacspeak that I wanted to share this happiness
    Shaji> with a friend of mine

    Shaji> For this friend, I tried to install Emacspeak on
    Shaji> a system with built in sound card, Linux Redhat
    Shaji> 7.2 and ViaVoice TTS.  Testing ./runcmdlinespeak
    Shaji> gives a fast rated response I mean, it talks too
    Shaji> quick to understand The same fast speech rate for
    Shaji> "tcl outloud" test also (at /emacspeak/servers )
    Shaji> The same thing happens after installing Emacspeak
    Shaji> it talks too fast, reducing the speech rate from
    Shaji> Emacspeak couldn't help much

    Shaji> also Emacspeak skip reading some keys (like a, d
    Shaji> etc ) but get displayed on the screen but could
    Shaji> read together as a word ( we tried even changing
    Shaji> the keyboard)

    Shaji> Is this the problem with stdiosynth?  Viavoice?
    Shaji> Emacspeak (we've tried both tar and rpm
    Shaji> installation)?  Soundcard?  Redhat version (7.2)?
    Shaji> or any other settings ?  We are not Linux experts
    Shaji> could somebody please help us?.

    Shaji> Thank you, S.Mathew

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