making speakup speed up
tyler at tysdomain.com
Thu Aug 21 15:48:58 EDT 2008
thanks again. I had totally forgotten about echoing, but figured there was
another way to do it... guess I could've looked at the source for the
keymap, but... thanks for the help. it's appriciated.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Gaijin" <gaijin at clearwire.net>
To: "Speakup is a screen review system for Linux." <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2008 1:37 PM
Subject: Re: making speakup speed up
> On Thu, Aug 21, 2008 at 11:37:36AM -0700, Gregory Nowak wrote:
>> Read the speakup user's guide.
> Thought there was only a changelog file available, and only if
> you did a git pull of the source. <grins> Is this guide still on some
> wiki page that can't be accessed from CLI web browsers somewhere, and
> spread throughout 60,000 messages? (Gods, I love helpful statements
> like the above..)
> Insert or CapsLock plus F1 is the help system.
> (Press Space to exit.)
> Insert or Capslock plus 1 or 2 controls the volume.
> Insert or CapsLock plus 3 and 4 controls pitch.
> Insert or Capslock plus 5 and 6 controls rate.
> You can echo a value to settings located in either:
> For example:
> echo "5" > /sys/module/speakup/parameters/vol
> ...will set the volume to 5 from a script you can place in /etc/rc.boot,
> or whatever your system uses for personal system startup commands, like
> /etc/rc.local in Debian. HTH,
> This, Gregory, is an example of helpful information, and not
> useless, wasted bandwidth that doesn't even provide a URL for this
> "Users Guide" you assume everyone knows about. LFOGTFOOTW. <wink>
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