Re: Modifying JAWS 6.0 to utilize my DECTalk Express?

  • From: Chris Skarstad <toonhead5@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 19 Dec 2004 16:27:13 -0600

Yep, I use a dectalk express and have never had a problem using it, even 
with JAWS 6 with xp home. Works beautifully!
At 09:05 AM 12/19/2004, you wrote:
>When I get up and running with JFW 6, I'm going to have to modify JFW to
>be able to use my DecTalk USB, since FS omitted to include support for it
>with this version. Does anyone know if/how the modification procedure for
>JFW 6 differs from that for JF@ 5?
>
>Bruce
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>On Sun, 19 Dec 2004, Adam Daou wrote:
>
> > During Jaws 6.0 installation, there's a sorted list of software and 
> hardware Speech Synthesizers provided for the user. It contains 9 items: 
> Accent SA, Apollo 2, Braille 'n Speak, DECtalk Access32 Software, DECtalk 
> Express, Doubletalk LT, FlexTalk Software, Triple-Talk PCI, and 
> Triple-Talk USB. Some people are using a hardware synthesizer such as 
> Accent, Doubletalk or DECtalk Express, and some have just a sound card 
> which means they can use a software synthesizer such as FlexTalk, 
> Eloquence or DECtalk Access 32 Software. So, normally, you just check the 
> kind of synthesizer you need when arrowing down. For instance, even if I 
> select DECtalk Express, I always select DECtalk Access32 Software, and 
> FlexTalk Software, just in case of hardware synthesizer failure. Jaws 
> will then ask you to select the Primary Device, that is to say the 
> default Speech Synthesizer you prefer. The list provided will show the 
> synthesizers you have selected as well as Eloquence for Jaws and SAPI 5. Ho!
>  pe
> > this will clarify the question regarding Accent synthesizer.
> > Adam
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