Text to Speech on XP
revdev at pdslabs.net
Fri Jul 28 12:23:52 EDT 2006
I built a quick speechTest standalone on XP Pro SP2 just now, and here's how it
- the 'revSpeak' command works fine without any fiddling
- the 'Externals' folder containing revspeech.dll is at the same level as my
- 'the externals of this stack' answers empty
- 'the externalCommands of this stack' answers empty
- 'the externalFunctions of this stack' answers empty
- 'the externalPackages of this stack' answers empty
??? Does Rev consider its revspeech.dll to be an external?
Maybe 'the externals' lists only those externals added by setting 'the externals'?
Mark Schonewille wrote:
> The externals property is just the first thing I would check.
> on checkForSpeechExternal
> if "/revspeech.dll" is not in \
> the externals of the mainstack of me
> answer "Sorry, can't find speech dll."
> end if
> end if
> end checkForSpeechExternal
> Assuming that Windows' Speech has been installed properly, if this
> script doesn't show the answer dialog, maybe you need to check the
> Speech settings? I don't remember that I ever had to do this manually,
> but you might want to change the voice and the speech engine used by
> Windows. I had to tweak a bit when doing this in Windows 98.
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> Op 28-jul-2006, om 17:31 heeft sims het volgende geschreven:
>> As long as I select 'speech' for inclusion it should work on XP with a
>> revSpeak "Hello Bob" Correct?
>> What do you mean by "externals property has been set correctly"?
>> I see nothing in the documentation about setting externals for T2T.
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