Three questions about yasr
pj at pjb.com.au
pj at pjb.com.au
Fri Apr 19 06:26:07 UTC 2013
Chris Brannon wrote:
> > * Can yasr be configured
> > to speak characters as they are typed at the command-line ?
> Yes. Go into the options dialog with ctrl-alt-o.
> There should be a key echo option in there somewhere.
>From my (debain stable) xterm, none of those keys work :-(
there is no response to ctrl-alt-o.
I really don't understand my yasr.conf. For example, it says:
and Ctrl-L does indeed say the line :-), but Alt-l does not.
And this 0x1b6c does not mean Alt-l anyway, it means Escape l !
But Escape l doesn't say the line either. If I put in
0x1b4f50: say line
which should mean Func_1, then yasr doesn't respond to Func_1
This is the most fundamental of my many yasr problems.
> > * Is there some alternative to xterm
> > that generates separate codes for the keypad keys,
> > so that yasr could be configured with a speakup-like keyboard UI ?
> Not that I know of.
This one, at least, I have solved :-)
In ~/.Xdefaults I can redfine KP_Up, KP_Insert etc, eg:
XTerm.vt100.translations: #override \n \
<Key>KP_Left: string(0x1B) string("[1;5S")
> > * Can yasr be configured to use espeak, rather than eflite ?
> Yes. Have a look at your yasr.conf.
> There is an espeak speech server for emacspeak, and you can use that.
When I use
then in addition to the text it speaks a whole load of rubbish like
set rate 175 punctuation some Q
at the start of the line, and even if I comment those lines out of yasr.conf,
it speaks a Q at the beginning of the line and a B at the end.
I guess Emacspeak still thinks it's talking to eflite.
I can also edit /etc/emacspeak.conf
DTK_DEVICE="Soundcard with espeak"
but that changes nothing.
In /etc/init.d/ there is no emacspeak daemon that needs restarting.
If I were running emacspeak from the command line,
there would be a -e option,
but how can I get ~/.yasr.conf to do the same ?
Regards, Peter Billam
http://www.pjb.com.au pj at pjb.com.au (03) 6278 9410
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from The Theory of Positrons, Physical Review, 1949
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