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Re: Pronunciation in emacs-w3m mode

Hello Lucas,

I'm using the linux-outloud speech server.  

Changing dtk-strip-octals (actually, tts-strip-octals) didn't work.  I
have yet to try your patch, and also go back to emacspeak 27.0, both
of which I will do, and report back.

Thanks for your help,


Lukas Loehrer writes:
 > Hi Rob,
 > what speech server are you using. The phenomenon  you are seeing might be
 > a result of the utf-8 fixes that went into emacspeak 28. Enabling
 > dtk-strip-octals (dtk-toggle-strip-octals) should get rid of those
 > characters. Another option is to apply my unicode substitution patch,
 > of which I can post a new version for emacspeak 28 if there is
 > interest. 
 > Best regards, Lukas

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