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> Screen Reader Software, Is there any for the Z?
post Mar 7 2005, 10:40 PM
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Title says it all. An online friend in the Rockbox forum asked me if such exists for the Z. He likes one called Speakup, but it seems to require a hardware-based speech synthesizer. I did find a software-based speech synthesizer for the Z but I'm not sure if Speakup would support it. The other obvious problem is Qtopia (versus X), but there's always pdaXrom, I suppose. Any thoughts?


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post Mar 8 2005, 08:50 PM
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There is a binary of flite floating around. Although it's not a screen reader, scripts can be written to use it to read...stuff. No external synth needed. wink.gif
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