I forget where I found the acapela voices from. You just have to do a
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little searching. I've also got a lot of voices from cracks on
torrent sites, but I won't go into that here.
On 6/3/17, Milos Przic <milos.przic@...> wrote:
I am a new member too, I have just subscribed a few hours ago. I don't have
other screen readers on my computer since I installed Windows 10. NVDA
becamse my primary way of reading the computer screen, and I want hereby to
thank the developers and everyone else who contributes to this amazing
project. Keep up the god work!
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From: "Joshua Hendrickson" <louvins@...>
Sent: Saturday, June 3, 2017 04:33 PM
Subject: [nvda] Hi from a new member, NVDA, is totally awesome!
Hi to all. Just wanted to say from a new list member. I really like
NVDA. I've only got jaws 15 on my computer, but I'm not going to pay
like $800 to get the newest version of jaws. Have any of you guys
ever tried the acapela voices for NVDA? They are very nice. I tried
a free 15 day trial a while back. When I can save up some money, I'll
buy the license to get my voices to work. But I think the acapela
license for the voices to work in NVDA is something like $220.
Anyway, its so nice to have a screenreader available to someone who is
blined that when you get a new computer, you just slap NVDA on it, and
away you go.