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Re: viavoice goes dead




I believe this may be the result of a bug in ViaVoice itself. In early
versions of the software, this use to happen a lot. In fact, it use to
be recommended that you disable character echo to reduce the
frequency. In later versions of ViaVoice, the problem still seems to
occur, but far less often and I think it depends very much on the
amount of memory, your system's speed and the sound card you are
using. I use ViaVoice all the time and have found that since upgrading
to a 1.2 Ghz machine with a sound blaster live card that it occurs far
less often. When it does happen, I just use C-e C-s to restart the
server and continue. 

I'm using viavoice-tts-rtk_5.1-2.2, which I think was the last version
released by IBM for Linux.

Tim
>>>>> "Jason" == Jason Fayre <jfayre@sun.com> writes:

    Jason> Hello, Has anyone figured out the problem of ViaVoice going
    Jason> dead? It seems to happen randomly.  I will be reading in
    Jason> Emacspeak and my speech just drops out.  I am using a
    Jason> Pentium 2-300 notebook with 192MB of ram. I am using redhat
    Jason> 7.2 and emacspeak 16.  Also, what is the stereo-outloud
    Jason> speech server for?  I can't seem to get it to run with
    Jason> ViaVoice.


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