janina at rednote.net
Wed Oct 27 15:46:15 EDT 2004
I'm trying to pin this down for the sake of the next version of the
Speakup Modified HOWTO slated for release later this year.
Gregory, are you saying the correct speakup_synth keyword is ltlk?
Gregory Nowak writes:
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> Actually, as far as I know, you choose the bns option only for the legacy note takers,
> such as the bns, or blt 2000. The m20/40 units are supported as a
> doubletalk lt.
> On Wed, Oct 27, 2004 at 08:36:20AM -0500, Stephen Clower wrote:
> > Hello Speakup,
> > Yes, despite the documentation, the latest revision of the M20/40
> > firmware will allow you to use it as a speech synthesizer when
> > you choose the BNS option in Speakup. I don't believe the Keynote
> > SA is supported, but the older internal card works with Speakup.
> > I'd love to be wrong as I have a Braille Note and would much
> > rather listen to it read the Linux console than a Braille Lite
> > 2000.
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