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Re: audio icons work everywhere except w3m.
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- Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 05:09:04 -0600
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"krishnakant Mane" <email@example.com> writes:
> I had been informed by senior members on this list that audio icons
> can give lot of information like when a web page is completely loaded
> and also about indentation as well as text typed strongly.
Here you are talking about 2 different things. Events should trigger
auditory icons. Text properties in w3m do not trigger auditory icons
but are denoted, when one uses a tts that supports multiple voices, by
changes in the voice pitch.
The first question that needs asking might be the version of emacspeak
that you are using, although I believe the auditory icons in w3m have
been there and functional for quite a while now.
The next thing we need to know is whether or not your version of flite
supports using alsa or if you are using the oss version.
I turned auditory icons on for this experiment. Here, when I visit a
web page and it is loaded, not only do I get an auditory icon telling me
that the page is loaded, but it also tells me the title of the
just-loaded page, if there is a title.
> I have to keep on checking if the page in question has loaded or not.
I tried going to another buffer while I was waiting for the page to load
and everything went as it should... auditory icon and title of document
spoken after loading.
> for example when I had earlier posted a question about understanding
> the formatting of web pages, I was told that strong text is anounced
> with some audio formatting. I haven't got such an effect so far.
> further more I can't get indentation information spoken out as
> "indented 4 spaces". I know this happens because emacspeak used to
> tell me this when I used it in my good old days.
Have you turned on emacspeak-toggle-audio-indentation?
Robert D. Crawford firstname.lastname@example.org
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