Can speakup pronounce February correctly?
Raul A. Gallegos
raul at asmodean.net
Mon Feb 4 11:01:28 EST 2002
You could easily edit the characters file. What I do is keep a copy of
my modified speakup parameters in /etc/speakup. copy characters from
/proc/speakup and open the /etc/speakup/characters file. Find the entry
for zed and change it to what ever you wish. As stated on here already
it may be preferable to keep it at zed which I do, but you are open to
do what you feel is best. One thing I do is change shift-3 to read as
pound instead of number. Once you change what ever you want just copy
the newly created characters file back into /proc/speakup and you are
Thomas Ward said the following on Sun, Feb 03, 2002 at 06:17:47PM -0500:
> It is things like this that really makes me think we desperately need a
> exception dictionary. I know I do.
> While we are talking about fixes has anyone figured out how to make z sound
> right? Z sounds like zed, and it drives me nuts.
> It only happens in Speakup, and I assume it is some sort of bug or
> something. If someone can tell me how to fix this problem I'd be really
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <TALMAGE at SOMTEL.COM>
> To: <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
> Sent: Sunday, February 03, 2002 5:08 PM
> Subject: Re: Can speakup pronounce February correctly?
> > See what it does with Roxio
> > Mine comes across as rogue show
> > Have you thought about, or maybe even done a exception dictionary or
> > lexicon file for Speakup?
> > Just a thought, and if it's there forgive my newbie status.
> > Dave
> > At 03:19 PM 2/3/02 -0500, you wrote:
> > >It's your LiteTalk. Has nothing to do with speakup. Maybe Randy
> > >doesn't know how to pronounce it. Check to see how it pronounces
> > >nuclear.
> > >
> > > Kirk
> > >
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