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The trouble shooting procedures suggested in the
below message are probably unnecessary. The first thing to determine
is whether this function is supported by the implementation of Eloquence being
used. this can be determined pretty accurately by switching to a different
synthesizer such as e-speak and seeing whether the pitch change changes when the
number is changed. If it does, then this is likely something the user
can't change with the implementation of Eloquence being used.
With e-speak, the default 30 produces very little
pitch change. Using something as a test such as 60 produce a dramatic
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, February 24, 2017 11:54 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] getting NVDA to indicate capital
That's kindly odd to know. I may asked what version of nvda that
was installed to your machine? or perhaps tried to disable all the addons by
restarting to double check the problem. I don't think any possible could have
trigger a problem other than that because it works fine from here at all. Or,
the last option will be resetting the nvda to factory default to ensure you made
all the possible troubleshooting.
On 2/25/2017 1:38 PM, Dennis L wrote:
I increased it but didn’t
notice any difference
It seems you just increases the pitch volume of the voice
itself. But, you were able to tabbed through till you heard that says "Capital
pitch change percentage 30", The numeric or the edit field of 30 was the
default You can increases it that the value on your preferred or desired value
you like. Then, pressed Okay to take apply the changes.
On 2/25/2017 11:37 AM, Dennis L wrote:
tried that nothing happened. When I got to the setting I didn't notice a
difference after making the number higher.
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On February 24,
2017 10:31:05 PM "Robert Mendoza" <lowvisiontek@...>
You may pressed nvda plus control V, to go directly of
the Voice Setting options. Then, follow the steps mentioned below as per
suggested earlier to this thread.
On 2/25/2017 10:38 AM, Dennis L
When I press nvda v
settings with NVDA key v.
the items in the dialog and you'll see an edit field where you can type
a numeric entry for the pitch of capital
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February 24, 2017 6:36 PM
getting NVDA to indicate capital
Hi, is there any way to get NVDA to
indicate capital letters with a higher pitch sound in the TTs similar to