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Re: Running Other Screen-Readers?



Hi.
You will find that YASR is very flexible with hardware synths.
What you need to do is configure the yasr.conf or the  emacspeak driver you
are using such as the Dectalk PC, Dectalk Express, Dectalk Software, etc and
usually it will work fine.
I'm currently set up to use the Dectalk Software speech with YASR, and I
have also done the Dectalk Express this way.
You'll need emacspeak installed, the current emacspeak drivers installed for
your synth. Then, open yasr.conf and uncomment the emacspeak driver, and
give it a synth path to the driver it will use. Exit YASR, restart it, and
it should work.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Hart Larry" <chime@hubert-humphrey.com>
To: "emacs-speak Discussion List" <emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu>
Sent: Friday, December 24, 2004 6:46 PM
Subject: Running Other Screen-Readers?


> Well, I just joined this list this Friday.  From the start I know nothing
about
> emacs, as I usually run nano or pico for an editor.
> Actually, as emacspeak has such good support for the dectalk, I wonder if
> instead of running speakup here in Linux, if I some how could load
whatever
> dectalk-pc drivers through emacspeak--and then run YASR?  Since I am
fairly
> new in linux I am quite comfortable with a Vocal-Eyes style screen-reader,
with
> great dictionary support.
> I have tried Jupiter, but so far it is not exactly a screen-reader in the
> traditional sense.
> So I am basicly looking for better alternatives to speakup which work well
with
> decpc.  Thanks so much in advance
> Hart
>
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