[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Re: Different voices and menu speaking



Am Sonntag, 7. September 2003 22.11 schrieb Kalyan Mukherjea:
> Hello,

Salve

[snip]

>  > 2. The normal menu reading is painful. For instance "F equal equal
>  > greater than File E equal equal greater than Edit etc. so I put the
>  > option (global-voice-lock-mode t)
>  > into my .emacs file. But strangely the new reading (F <pause> File   E
>  > <pause> Edit etc.) works with the second selection of the menu (F10)
>  > foremost. What
>
> Where do these commands for reading the menu come from? I haven't yet
> _thorougly_ studied/heard the info documentation and probably it'll take
> months to do so. Perhaps "foxman" would be kind enough to enlighten
> another "newbie"?

Sure, but, if I understand you correct, I already wrote the answer to your 
question:
Create a file .emacs in your home directory and put it the following line:
(global-voice-lock-mode t)
But as I said already it seems to work only after the second F10 ;-()

> Thanks.
> Kalyan

Not@all
foxman

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
To unsubscribe from the emacspeak list or change your address on the
emacspeak list send mail to "emacspeak-request@cs.vassar.edu" with a
subject of "unsubscribe" or "help"


Emacspeak Files | Subscribe | Unsubscribe | Search