Glad it works. Here is a breif explanation for why the table browsing was displaying the behavior you reported: I was using emacs' message to echo what was being spoken by emacspeak to the echo area --- as a possible aid for users with print disabilities when dealing with complex content. Yesterday I got rid of the message call and did a simple dtk-speak; that lost the visual display. I just checked in another change that now displays what is spoken -- see function dtk-speak-and-echo >>>>> "Bart" == Bart Bunting <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: Bart> Yes, There was another reason. I'm an idiot :). Bart> Bart> It was actually the same tts-with-punctuations bug. I Bart> didn't have the fix correctly loaded when I was testing Bart> the time function so the dtk-stop call was being Bart> incorrectly interpreted by the speech server and never Bart> happening. Bart> Bart> All good with the tts-with-punctuations patch applied. Bart> Bart> Sorry for the noise. Bart> Bart> Bart Bart> Bart> Bart> Bart Bunting <email@example.com> writes: Bart> >> Interesting. >> >> There must be another reason then that it isn't working >> with the mac speech server. >> >> I'll dig deeper into the debug from the speech server. >> >> Any ideas on why dtk-toggle-debug isn't working for me? >> >> >> Kind regards >> >> "T.V. Raman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: >> >>> Bart -- you should not need the additional (dtk-stop) >>> call. >>> >>> Reason: Look at function dtk-speak --- it *always* calls >>> dtk-stop-immediately -- unless you bind it to nil. >>> >>> That variable is set to default by t, and command >>> emacspeak-speak-time does nto let bind that variable. >>> >>> On 1/4/13, Bart Bunting <email@example.com> wrote: >>>> Hi, >>>> >>>> I had noticed that if some text was being spoken that >>>> using c-e c-t to speak the time could wait for the >>>> current utterance to complete before the speech was >>>> interupted. I find this mildly annoying. >>>> >>>> I simply inserted a call to dtk-stop prior to the call >>>> to dtk-speak in emacspeak-speak-time. >>>> >>>> I'm not sure if this is the correct approach but it >>>> certainly works for me. >>>> >>>> Patch attached for what it's worth. >>>> >>>> >> Bart >> -- >> >> >> Kind regards >> >> Bart Bart> Bart -- Bart> Bart> Bart> Kind regards Bart> Bart> Bart -- Best Regards, --raman ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the emacspeak list or change your address on the emacspeak list send mail to "firstname.lastname@example.org" with a subject of "unsubscribe" or "help".
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