nvda2speechd, let Windows programs talk through Speech dispatcher
Linux for blind general discussion
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Wed Jun 8 14:09:57 UTC 2022
Boot the ISO and hit down once then enter, it should come up talking
If not, systemctl enable --startnow espeakup
I'm trying to work out why I'm getting a lot of things about SAPI, and
if I need voices installed because I am going from a completely standard
wine installation on a 64bit machine, yet it's flooding my terminal with
a ton of voice list things about SAPI however so I'm unsure.
Do I need to install under wine the speechsdk and things or should
nvda2speechd take care of that. It's establishing a connection, but...no
On 6/8/22 13:44, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> I saw your issue on Github, will be getting to it soon.
> Right now, I'm trying to figure out how to boot up Archlinux into the
> accessible mode in quickemu, so I can get at least a similar environment.
> Best regards
> Dňa 7. 6. 2022 o 15:02 Linux for blind general discussion napísal(a):
>> As said on the Github page. I'm running this under Arch and get no
>> output at all.
>> what I do
>> 1. Download Windows exe and extract it
>> 2. Grab the server/client and rename/replace nvdaControllerxx.dll
>> where xx is 32 or 64
>> 3. start the server with ./nvda2speechd in its folder
>> 4. wine windowsexe.exe
>> I get a connection has been established on the tab with the
>> nvda2speechd running, and no speech from the program at all however,
>> and a boatload of WINE Sapi errors, it seems* to me like it's looking
>> for the SAPI stuff
>> Am I missing someething super super obvious here or?
>> On 05/06/2022, Linux for blind general discussion
>> <blinux-list at redhat.com> wrote:
>>> I avoid GUI apps in general and I think the last time I used Wine
>>> might have been years before I went blind, but this still sounds like
>>> a significant step forward for the accessibility of non-native
>>> software, and surprisingly elegant to boot.
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