Glad you've got something sorted but going back to your original
problem - Daniel speaking the German words in an English accent on the
iphone - I wonder whether Voiceover's settings are set to switch
languages automatically. Because I'm using duolingo to learn Swedish
and the voice switches to a Swedish-sounding one when it gets to the
German words. I know there's a setting somewhere in Voiceover's
settings to control whether Voiceover automatically detects/switches
languages but I don't know exactly what it's called or where it is
because I'm not running the latest version of ios. Maybe you could
have a look/change that setting and see if it makes a difference.
On 9/15/20, CJ & AA MAY <chrisalismay@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thanks for everyone’s suggestions. On exploring some of the Braille Edge** To leave the list, click on the immediately-following link:-
settings I see I can get the Notepad to display in uncontracted braille. It
isn’t that big a faff to switch from one to the other so I am using this
function for my SD which has all my German files, and then switching back to
contracted braille for the SD-card I use for my writing classes.
Today I also followed the instructions to make my Braille Edge a display for
my iphone. For most of the lessons this won’t be necessary, but will be
really useful when it comes to the comprehension pieces.
So, I think I’m sorted, but thanks to everyone for their suggestions.