Re: [Nvda-devel] FW: [nvda] New speech framework in NVDA
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One thing that has reached my ears from several people using, particularly laptops using relate sound hardware is that the hardware goes to sleep after a few seconds of no sound, probably due to some driver feature, and these means it seems there is a latency when new audio or speech is played even after a few seconds. Obviously not being a 10 user I cannot tell.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
One luminary, who lives in New Zealand has called the current state of Windows 10 audio 'a dogs dinner' compared to windows 7.
I will say no more!
Maybe Microsoft need to check drivers more thoroughly before approving them. The person concerned returned a Surface series laptop due to this issue, but more recently others have mentioned it. I using 7, am feeling just a little smug, or I was till it did its woopsie on the a couple of days ago of course.
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From: "Joseph Lee" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 04, 2018 7:10 AM
Subject: FW: [Nvda-devel] FW: [nvda] New speech framework in NVDA
From: Michael Curran <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, August 3, 2018 11:09 PM
To: NVDA screen reader development <email@example.com>; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [Nvda-devel] FW: [nvda] New speech framework in NVDA
We concentrated on getting wxPython4, Braille display auto detection and system test framework into 2018.3.
Once 2018.3 is finalized, we will look at getting speech Refactor into NVDA master as soon as we can, so that it will be available in 2018.4.
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