janina at rednote.net
Sun Aug 14 01:01:55 UTC 2016
Have you successfully wired either of these up to auto switch in and out of the appropriate TTS?
Somehow, I just can't imagine Perfect Paul reading Koine Greek!
> The Sword package includes a utility called diatheke, which runs from a
> terminal. It can download and install various Bible versions and
> commentaries, as well as output specified verses. There is also xiphos,
> which uses the sword libraries, but last time I checked, it didn't work well
> with Orca. I do see that a GTK3 version has been built in the Arch user
> repository however, so if your distro packages a GTK3 version of xiphos, it
> may work better. Still, I think the diatheke utility in the sword package
> itself may work best, as you can output to a file or a zenity window or
> whatever you need. Hope this helps.
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