using chromium and chromium-chromevox

Christopher Chaltain chaltain at
Sun May 17 20:08:48 UTC 2015

I installed Chrome and ChromeVox on a Windows machine the other day, and 
it came up talking with the Google TTS before I signed in with my Google 
account. I assumed that this meant you got the Google TTS as your 
default synthesizer just by installing ChromeVox.

On 05/17/2015 11:39 AM, Kyle wrote:
> It is important to be able to start with a voice of some kind. For now,
> there's no file to get the Google TTS voice into Chromium in the same
> way that ChromeVox gets installed. I'm not sure how Chris Brannon
> extracted the json file. If I could do that, I would include that file
> in the chromium-chromevox package as well, so that the first time
> Chromium runs, it installs ChromeVox and a working voice.
> Sent from my engine

Christopher (CJ)
chaltain at Gmail

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