Fixing spelling spaces
samuel.thibault at ens-lyon.org
Sun Mar 19 12:12:30 EDT 2017
Zahari Yurukov, on ven. 17 mars 2017 03:06:48 +0200, wrote:
> There's one problem with this when spelling capital letters:
> The capital letter is surrounded by spaces, which are now spoken.
> For example, capital S is pronounced:
> space S space
Which command produces this effect? I'm not getting a "space" spoken
> Or actually, that are \0 characters, as far as I can see.
How do you see this?
> Perhaps espeak Treats all white space as... space?
Well, yes, espeakup can't know whether a space given by the kernel is to
be pronounced or not. If there are spaces which should not be spoken,
the kernel should just not send them to espeakup.
> That actually could be true, cause I hear "space" alot now.
In which situations exactly?
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