[nvda] Re: NBDA voices

I my self agree.  
I know that open book is still using the ssil so I was trying to get support
for the ssil  this would give you access to this device as well as other
hard ware devices like the dectalk express accent sa etc.  


Jim Grimsby Jr. 
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From: nvda-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nvda-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Aruni Sharma
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2007 9:09 PM
To: nvda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [nvda] Re: NBDA voices

I have a very strong preference for dectalk access 32. However, I am 
unable to find specific tips to make it work with NVDA. dectalk is a 
very old and stable synth and I am sure many like it a lot.
Thanks,
Aruni.
Gene wrote:
> Eloquence used with JAWS is a SAPI synthesizer.  It is simply 
> restricted, by design to be only available to JAWS.  If you get a demo 
> of Window-eyes, Eloquence is not accessible to NVDA.  It may be 
> accessible in the nondemo version.  I don't have a nondemo version and 
> can't say. I would think Eloquence could be bought on its own but I've 
> never looked into that.  Via Voice may also be available for purchase 
> which, though a different program, is very similar to Eloquence.  If 
> you want to buy either of these, I'd suggest comparing the prices.  
> I'd also suggest, if possible seeing if some sort of demos are 
> available to make sure that NVDA works well with the voices on your 
> machine.  It may work well with one and not as well with the other.  
> Or neither may work well.  Via Voice works well on my specific 
> computer with NVDA.  But NVDA is still really an early beta product 
> and my results cannot be assumed to have any bearing on general 
> operation tested on a large number of machines.  Also, I don't have 
> the latest version of Via Voice.
>
> Gene
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