It goes w/o saying, except perhaps it doesn't--but please back up your
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dictionary files before porting them to a text editor. Hopefully
that'll preserve them in the event things go ape-haywire.
On 1/17/19, Chris Mullins <cjmullins29@...> wrote:
In the example Ralph gives, the two zeroes at the end of the line relate to
Case sensitivity (0=Off, 1=On)
Type (0=Anywhere, 1=Regular Expression, 2=Whole word only)
If a word begins with a punctuation or special character, a backslash
preceed it for example:
\#7 Sharp Seven 0 0
Example of a regular expression type entry:
\bCo\.\s county 1 1
You will find the dictionary files in:
You will need to switch on "show hidden files" in Windows file options to
able to see these files.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Ralf
Sent: 17 January 2019 11:58
Subject: Re: [nvda] Speech exception dictionary question
Both carry their entries in a text file.
In Window-wyes the format is:
Ttyl= talk to you later
In NVDA it would be
tyl talk to you later 0 0
You could do that manually or for example write a short autohotkey script
convert line by line.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Jeff Samco
Sent: Donnerstag, 17. Januar 2019 07:50
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?
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