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re: emacspeak 21.0 doesn't read the error . . .





Not sure exactly what you mean. However, if you need to find error
messages which may habe been displayed during startup, but which were
either not spoken or spoken too quickly to hear, you can switch to the
*Messages* buffer. This buffer will have any recent errors, but you
need to note that it is a buffer with a finite size and if you have a
lot of startup stuff happening (loading libraries etc), eraly messages
may have been pushed out of the buffer. There are commands to
set/increase the maximum size of the buffer. 

HTH

Tim

hararghe1@aol.com writes:
 > Hi guys!
 > I am using emacspeak 21.0 with flite 1.2 and eflite 0.3.9, however while 
 > initializing the .emacs file, emacspeak doesn't read the error message displayed 
 > on the screen.  Can you give me any suggestions on how to fix the problem?
 > Wess
 > Rutgers, LCSR
 > <HTML><FONT FACE=arial,helvetica><HTML><FONT  SIZE=2 PTSIZE=10 FAMILY="SANSSERIF" FACE="Arial" LANG="0">Hi guys!<BR>
 > I am using emacspeak 21.0 with flite 1.2 and eflite 0.3.9, however while initializing the .emacs file, emacspeak doesn't read the error message displayed on the screen.&nbsp; Can you give me any suggestions on how to fix the problem?<BR>
 > Wess<BR>
 > Rutgers, LCSR</FONT></HTML>

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