Re: Speech exception dictionary question
If the dictionary is really that simple, then two navy commands should make the changes.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
This will change all first = signs to a comma.
This will add two commas to the end of the line.
I expect there are ways to do this with notepad++ too, but I don't use it enough. If Windows 10 Linux mode actually has most of the Unix command lines, then you could put those two lines into a text file and then use
Sed -f myfile <WEDict > NVDAdic
Where myfile is the file with the two gs lines though you would actually want to remove the g at the beginning of the line.
WEdict is the Windows Eyes dictionary.
NVDAdict is the NVDA dictionary.
Note that all above statements are based on theory. I have not tried this.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Jeff Samco
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2019 1:50 AM
Subject: [nvda] Speech exception dictionary question
I'm just now switching from Window-Eyes to NVDA and liking it pretty well thus far. I have hundreds of pronunciation exceptions in the WE exception dictionary file. Is there a way of transferring that information into NVDA?