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Re: Pronunciation in LaTeX mode



Hi Robert,
Thanks! It works, but it is not very usable. It is a 
ELisp coding of what I do by hand and makes for slow progress. I have
not yet tried out the bells and whistles part of counting spaces
because that would slow progress even further! 
More explicitly, if a space was greeted by a simple `ding' then one
could simply start at the beginning of
 the paragraph where there is a possible source of error (this is
 usually  in  math mode) start listening for an unexpected ding.

But this is usable in emergencies: I'll try to write a toggle feature
to it. Then I can bind it to a key and turn it off and on as required.
Let me try this myself --- it will focus my mind when I listen to Bob
Chassells' book.

Cheers.
Kalyan  
Robert D. Crawford writes:

 > 
 > If you want to test this out before putting it in your .emacs file,
 > place point at the end of the last line and use C-x C-e to evaluate it.
 > Then you can use M-x to test it out.
 > 
 > One thing you might want to do is to change the speed.  If you change
 > the line that reads 
 > 
 > (sit-for ...
 > 
 > this can be accomplished.  The number is the time it should sit-for in
 > seconds.  
 > 
 > You asked for a hack.  Maybe this will work in the short-term until
 > someone else gives you something better.
 > 
 > rdc
 > -- 
 > Robert D. Crawford                                      rdc1x@comcast.net
 > 
 > No transfers issued until the bus comes to a complete stop.
 > 
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