About speakup punctuation
chris at the-brannons.com
Tue Mar 14 20:19:40 EDT 2017
Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault at ens-lyon.org> writes:
> Chris Brannon, on mar. 14 mars 2017 17:01:29 -0700, wrote:
>> This also eliminates the distinction between punc_level (punctuation in
>> spoken output) and reading_punc (punctuation in reviewed text).
> Don't users want to keep this distinction? I can understand that you
> usually do not want the punctuation, to have a nice flow of text with
> prosody, and when reviewing, have the punctuation by default, since
> usually you review to get to the details.
As far as I have always known, reading_punc only affects review-by-line,
speak from top, maybe "read window", and maybe a few other things.
Review-by-word and review-by-character are unaffected by any of the
punctuation level settings, and they always read all of the
punctuation. I tend to keep punc_level and reading_punc set to the
same value, and use review by word and review by character to review
with all punctuation when I need to. Maybe I'm not the typical Speakup
As an aside, the distinction between punc_level and reading_punc was
never even documented. It's been around for a long time though.
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