Re: Eloquence&Vocalizer Gives NVDA A Real Screen Reader Feel To Me
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I think its all down to the fact that for nvda to stay free there has to be a version which does not include commercial software in it.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Not everyone likes those voices, indeed I don't, but like Quincy in Espeak, but that is because I'm UK English and to me it sounds fine.
There are other free voices and synths about of course, and as you say, paid for ones, but really, you cannot force a company to give their software away.
There are voices that may suit better, but not for everyone.
I am not a fan of the default Espeak voice, I feel its too brash, but is probably a compromise for all sorts of different languages.
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