Re: I take it there have been no improvements to the flawed espeak ng in 2017.4?

Bhavya shah

Hi Sharni,
I have been meticulously perusing and consuming large portions of text
these last couple months for my examinations, which, fortunately and
finally, end on Wednesday. In this process, I must confess that I too
have noticed some fairly simple and uncomplicated and commonplace
words being mispronounced. As my objective was to prepare for my
examinations, I ignored and overlooked the mispronunciations, but did
feel surprised every now and then at the things I observed newly
broken. While I canot claim to be frustrated beyond further endurance,
far from that stage at the moment, I certainly get where you are
coming from. I suppose the best thing for us to do is to post all
these concerns of ours to the ESpeak-NG mailing list itself, so that
Reece and others are made cognizant of user feedback. This will
undoubtedly require patience and persistence, but seems to me the most
proper and promising course of action. I shall join anyone who choose
to pursue this endeavour post-March 28...

On 3/25/18, Lino Morales <linomorales001@...> wrote:
Well not into that crap anyway. To each his own. Buy a BRL display

Lino Morales

From: Rob Hudson<mailto:rob_hudson_3182@...>
Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2018 2:12 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] I take it there have been no improvements to the flawed
espeak ng in 2017.4?

Lino Morales <linomorales001@...> wrote:
This is what talking books are for. Regardless of what synth I use. You
realize bla hearing a book ready by a speech synth would be? Boring. It
would put me to sleep.

But not all books are made into audio books. In fact, the vast majority are
not. And if you're into online fiction, synth reading is the only game in

Best Regards
Bhavya Shah

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