Re: Jeff's addon repository
Encouraging the use of illegal software is not allowed on list and that includes praising or comparing it to other software.
Gene Asner, Moderator
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My responce to this and I say it for all users, the cracked version is
The code factory system is a problem both for vocaliser and eloquence,
you need to deactivate it each time you install a feature update else
you loose the licences, I have had game developers get really brassed
off with that.
Well one at least.
Personally I have the onecore voices, and old dectalk which is old but
still and the old sapi5 realspeak but to be honest, even though I'd like
it till I can find something which is mine especially after I buy it I
won't be spending any more cash on speech maybe if acapella ever gets a
synth I can afford or ivona maybe but I don't know at this point.
On 7/14/2018 8:21 AM, Gene wrote:
> That isn't a legal add on. Eloquence can be purchased legally. There is a SAPI5 version that can work with any program that supports SAPI5 speech and there is a legal add on that can be purchased. The add on, however, has very poor speech because the Eloquence speech has a lot of artifacts. The SAPI 5 version doesn't have these artifacts.
> There are demos of both Eloquence speech programs available so you can try them.
> But regarding your original question, the list doesn't offer support on illegal software as a matter of list policy.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Sociohack AC
> Sent: Friday, July 13, 2018 3:03 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [nvda] Jeff's addon repository
> I'm new to all this. Somebody suggested to use eloquence addon for NVDA. It's available on this website called, Jeff's Repository. Is is safe to download from there?