kennyhitt at knology.net
Sun Mar 2 00:13:50 EST 2003
Hi. I just created a set of one line scripts to change values of
speakup. This way I can just type things like
to set the rate to 7. I just call these scripts during log in to set
default values. If I want to change a value, I just get to a shell
prompt and type the command I want. Since it's always posible to get to
the shell from any program, it takes no time.
If you find editing a config file easier, then go for it. That is what
makes the Unix world so cool, you have many ways to do the same thing.
On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 04:10:37PM -0600, Luke Davis wrote:
> That is good, and gives me an interesting idea, which I will investigate.
> However, I would still like your opinion re what I wrote earlier. Would a
> unified, more free-form (keyword value option <nl> keyword value option),
> type config file or interface, be of more use to you, and as such would it
> be worth my time investigating?
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