Fragmented speech using Redhat 8.0 and Apollo2
sheilac at sheilac.demon.co.uk
Mon Nov 10 10:22:47 EST 2003
Just to say that I did take Bill up on his offer and he was very
My Apollo is now talking much better; not perfect, but I find it quite
usable, which I certainly didn't before.
I have just spent some time reading Man pages and using Lynx on some
Websites, (though I haven't yet worked out how to identify and activate
Many thanks, Bill.
p.s. Hope no-one minds me posting this, but I am so pleased to feel I
am getting somewhere, and hope it may encourage anyone else who might be
In message <20031109140009.GR6622 at rednote.net>, Janina Sajka
<janina at rednote.net> writes
>Shiela, here's an offer you should definitely accept! <grin>
>William F. Acker writes:
>> From: "William F. Acker WB2FLW +1-303-722-7209" <wacker at octothorp.org>
>> Send me your phone number or call me at the number at the top of this
>> message, and I'll talk you through it. BTW, I do know that you're in the
>> Bill in Denver
>> On Sun, 9 Nov 2003, Sheila Acock wrote:
>> > Hi Janina,
>> > No, I haven't. As I said, the speech is so unintelligible that I
>> > haven't really tried anything much. If it might help, I will try and
>> > get sighted assistance with doing this, but are there instructions on
>> > how to accomplish it? I am really rather daunted by the whole thing.
>> > Thanks.
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