steve at holmesgrown.com
Sun Nov 4 10:27:22 EST 2001
The simplest way to set punctuation levels with speakup is to echo 0, 1,
2, or 3 to /proc/speakup/punct_level. 0 = none, 1 = some, 2 = most, and 3
= all. I end up using all for my punctuation needs. I like to hear the
colons, slashes and periods - especially for file names and program
variables and the like.
There are some files in /proc/speakup pertaining to each of these
punctuation levels but not exactly sure what would happen if modified.
On Sun, 4 Nov 2001, Thomas Ward wrote:
> Hi, list. I have been going crazy trying to get my punctuation set the way I
> like it. I am not vary familiar with the /proc so forgive me for being a
> newby and knowing absolutely 0 about most of the stuff everyone else seams
> to do with no probs and take for granted.
> Please, tell me how to set my punctuation to let us say all while I am doing
> some html coding and stuff, and then back to some when I am reading books or
> email or something like that.
> Thanks. Any help is welcome right now.
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