Comunicating from your Linux machine?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sat Sep 14 00:03:03 UTC 2019
You are correct, I'm using telega.el which is unofficial telega client.
It works very well for me so far.
I only interested with things that can integrate well with emacs.
Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com> writes:
>> Telegram works fine here using emacs +emacspeak.
>> Is there a specialized client you run to make that work, or can it run
>> in a regular terminal? The Telegram app I saw was a graphical app, but
>> I think I don't have something set properly, although I assume it's a
>> qt5 app, and I had Mumble qt5 working. I would prefer something that
>> interfaces with Pidgin, so I stick to the phone for Telegram, as I
>> just didn't look hard enough to find a Pidgin plugin, and Pidgin here
>> seems to have trouble with voice. That said, looking for telegram
>> didn't yield a Pidgin plugin, although I do recall seeing a text
>> client, though it seems it was separate from the "official" (air
>> quotes there) client.
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